I am not a regular coffee drinker but occasionally like a cup of decaf. When family visit for special occasions - coffee is always on hand.
I usually drink green tea with my breakfast and other blends at times.
This home surrounded by nature and woods just seemed to call for a cup of coffee this morning.
I took out my "old" coffee pot and wondered "will you still perk". I had thoughts that you better because I will need you over the holidays. Just received a message that one of my older granddaughter's is bringing a special friend home with her for Thanksgiving at Woodhaven.
This coffee pot was one of a very few wedding gifts. I think it was from the people I worked with at Ford Motor Company in Detroit, Michigan.
It is 52 years old.
As I looked at it this early morning it brought back a lot of memories. A young woman with rose colored glasses on and vows that took place in a small Methodist church in front of the alter. Only some of my family present.
Guess it was because this was my 23 year old husband to be - third marriage and there was a beautiful little girl with a head of blond curls - in this picture. I became in instant mom.
Enough sharing - this union did create my beautiful children and a number of super intelligent grandchildren.
Wonder how long this coffee pot will keep on perking?
Entry from One Woman