Proscenium

Coffee In A Cardboard Cup

IMG_4133

Day 255 – September 12, 2019

Something New – A Photo a Week / Which Way Photo / Kammie’s Oddball / Pull Up a Seat #35 /  Brash – FOWC / Trogolyte – RDP / Underdog – WODC

It’s obvious that I haven’t been in to town much recently.  Probably because I have been living the Troglodyte life and retreat to my house in the hills, only to leave for work. There is always something new opening up, something I have featured a couple of times in the past two years.  I love the little hidden coffee shops, especially when they are the underdog with Starbucks right around the corner. Not to be brash, but I am not a huge Bucks fan, especially if I have a choice. Give me fresh ground/fresh brewed, local flavors any day.  I just need to emerge from my cave and get out  a little more often.

Look Who I Found

Don’t Stress

21 Replies to “Coffee In A Cardboard Cup”

    1. I really don’t get it either. I mean when it first opened near me, after only having in in NYC it was a big deal. I don’t think it was necessarily the coffee as much as it was the name. But now they have run so many great places out that its almost the only thing you can find. I actually prefer Dunkin Donut Coffee over theirs.

      Like

Comments are closed.

Debbie Scott Photography

I shoot from the heart and create reality with 1's and 0's

Allison C Dibble

Calling Dibbs on That Trend or Not

#First Draft Life

Mother - Writer - Speaker - Exceptionally Tall Hobbit

XingfuMama

Exploring my world with pictures and words.

Pain & Progress

Living a life worth loving with chronic pain, PTSD, and lots and lots of coffee.

Curriculum Coffee

A Written Shot of Espresso

Joe's Musings

Seven years ago I started this adventure not really sure what would be my imprint on blogging. Twenty-one hundred days later the evidence is in the following posts and I await your impression.

Viking Girl Adventures

To adventure is to live

unremarkable

I think; therefore I question. And then I write it down.

Just Katie

"Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing" - Benjamin Franklin

%d bloggers like this: