How about coffee?

Now that my non work days are no longer dedicated study days I have had time to dedicate to my own projects – some of which will be revealed soon. I’ve also had time for coffee out with friends – one of my favourite things to do. Yesterday morning my two closest girlfriends surprised me for what we later called a power coffee – they had places to be so the coffee was consumed quickly. I spent this morning at the Australian Museum Store with my yoga, cycling, swimming and walking partner in crime who thinks of coffee as her drug of choice and it’s the most reliable currency we can use with her. We arrived 10 minutes before the store opened so we sat in the museum’s giant sunny foyer and drank coffee. Are you a coffee drinker? Or am I speaking a foreign language right now? I wouldn’t call myself an addict and I’m strictly a single (very large) cup a day girl but I do feel my day is complete after a coffee.

I have probably mentioned this before but I’m big fan of the coffee cup motif. I think it all started with the Java logo. Here are some other gorgeous coffee cup finds:

From top left: Miniature Food Necklace: Breakfast with Croissant and Espresso Coffee Cup by Allart’s Kitchen, coffee cup vinyl wall decal by beep art!, Tour de Cafe Latte short sleeve t-shirt by Aprés Velo after cycle wear, Fuel III short sleeve t-shirt by Aprés Velo after cycle wear

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2 Responses to How about coffee?

  1. misssrobin August 12, 2011 at 6:40 pm #

    These are beautiful. And while I’m not a coffee drinker, I sure am thinking of hot cocoa after seeing these. Yum!

  2. Allart August 12, 2011 at 7:09 pm #

    Thank you for featuring my necklace in your wonderful blog!
    I can’t survive without coffee.. I am italian! Drinking a good espresso is one of my favourite things to do! 🙂
    Thanks a lot.

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