October 1, 2011
Kate (my oldest daughter, if you’ve been following along) pinned this on Pinterest. She knows.
My youngest, Alex, still doesn’t understand why I am ok with my coffee addiction. She’s only 17. I still have time to bring her over to the dark side.
Sourced from Piccsy.
(By the way, here is Kate on Pinterest. Here is Kim on Pinterest. If you’re looking for a way to
waste some time, distract you from everything practical and necessary, gather and track your inspiration, you should come visit.)
May 2, 2011
Crema Coffee House in Denver, via Dear Coffee, I Love You. Back tomorrow for coffee cup 376 and the sprint to the halfway mark, coffee cup 500.
April 22, 2011
This poster has been around a while, but it still makes me laugh every time I see it. Hope you like it (and I hope you’re not drinking decaf). From Fake Science. Back tomorrow with coffee cup number 351.
April 11, 2011
I love Venn Diagrams. In fact, I think the world would be a better place if we all thought of ourselves as Venn Diagramatic with our neighbors (our next door and a few countries over). In the meantime, here’s a fun coffee Venn diagram from David Staffell at Ink Slip.
March 23, 2011
Just a bit of a break between coffee cup number 275 and 276. Love this poster by Jennifer Ramos. Check out her Etsy shop, Made by Girl.
February 19, 2011
Brendan’s photo (coffee cup number 160) still has me laughing, so I grabbed my daughter’s computer and tried Photobooth myself (I am easily entertained). I like to call this the four stages of caffeination.
February 15, 2011
I don’t know about you, but I have a bit of a coffee and sugar hangover after yesterday’s coffee loveapalooza. I hope you don’t mind if I leave you with three (three!) music videos instead of photos today. I’ll be back tomorrow with plenty of coffee to share.
First up…Squeeze, 1983, Black Coffee in Bed. Don’t laugh, I still have this album. Oh, ok you can laugh.
We have this one too….Ella Fitzgerald, Black Coffee.
And for something a little more upbeat, here’s the Chairman of the Board. Frank Sinatra and The Coffee Song.
February 7, 2011
Since we’re on the subject of coffee art, I offer the Mocha Lisa, a 3,604-cup masterpiece created during The Rocks Aroma Festival, in Sydney, Australia. Just a short break between coffee cups 100 and 101. Via Oddity Central and Lanamaniac.
February 2, 2011
It was a disappointing latte, but the pun was entertaining. And it was a nice excuse to sit outside on a sunny afternoon.
January 29, 2011
Karen of Coffee Creations paints with espresso. And sometimes beer. And since I love the Tour de France almost as much as I love coffee, I thought this piece would be the perfect coffee break between cups 75 and 76.