There’s this place, in my apartment.
My coffee spot.
I could sit there all day.
In my place.
Under my quilt.
The one my grandma started. She wanted to cross it off her list before she left us. (Grandpa helped too) Then my mom took over. She brought it when she came to visit this summer and we finished tying it together.
A three generation quilt.
For my coffee breaks, I’ve been using So Delicious Coconut Milk Creamer. It’s gluten free, dairy free, soy free. Perfect for my gf-friends who avoid dairy too.
We were talking coffee over on my Facebook page this week too. My guy has been making me pumpkin spice lattes in the morning. If you check out Snack Girl’s site, you’ll find an easy recipe. We use the same one around here, but with honey or agave. The immersion blender just isn’t cutting it, so I’m getting an Aerolatte. (thanks for the heads up Snack Girl)
Simple to make. You’ll save money.
And you can sit in your place.
And just be.
What about you? Do you have a favorite coffee treat you make at home? Or another toasty-warm drink to share?
7 thoughts on “my place”
Can I come have coffee and relax on your chaise?!? 😉
heck yeah! any time!
What a cozy spot. I could sit there all day, too. In fact, what time is coffee in the morning?…
First off, your place is adorable! I love the sunlight. and that quilt.
And I looooooove So Delicious coconut creamer! The french vanilla is a dream come true!
oh, thank you! my place is my happy place!
I love your chaise and your grandma’s quilt is beautiful!
The closest thing to coffee I enjoy is Teeccino or chai tea. But I love drinking either of them with So Delicious French Vanilla creamer. It makes them taste so rich and creamy. There’s nothing more comforting or relaxing on a cold, wet autumn day.
that chaise makes me so happy. (even if some people aren’t big fans of the print… I love it, thanks!) and that quilt makes me teary every time I tell about it.
I’m a big chai tea fan too. I have been making it at home and adding creamer too. The French vanilla is pretty sweet, so it doesn’t take much to add great flavor!