how are you today? You’ll see that I’m a day late with my Weekend Coffee Share, and the reason for that is that I am sick. I’ve got a major cold, and didn’t have any voice yesterday. I’m still sore all over and I guess I’ll have a really annoying cough for at least another week.
If we were having coffee today, I’d make us a nice cup of tea (with Manuka honey for me) or a coffee, just let me know hat you’d like.
How are you doing? It’s so nice to see you again for our Weekend Coffee Share. It’s been pretty cold here last week and there might still be black ice on the ground (it was -7°C yesterday) so come on in and I’ll make us a nice hot coffee or tea.
I’m so glad to see you for today’s Weekend Coffee Share! So come on in out of the snow. It’s comfy and warm in my flat, so make yourself at home on the sofa. Would you like some freshly brewed coffee or tea?
Have you joined my Planner Giveaway yet? I’ll be picking the five winners on Monday, by randomly pulling names out of a hat. You can win one of my Chunky planners, which I sell via my Etsy shop LifeInNotes.
I’m so glad to see you could join me for today’s Weekend Coffee Share! How are you?
If we were having coffee today, we’d probably meet up in the old suburb of Gräfrath, where the 31st Gräfrath Christmas Market is currently underway. It’s a lovely place, all cobble stone lanes, slate-walled and roofed buildings with white windowframes and green shutters, an old fountain in the centre of the old market square and overlooked by on old convent church.
I’m so glad to see you for the Weekend Coffee Share. I can offer you the usual coffee or tea, or a mulled wine if you’d like.
Are you getting into the Christmas spirit? I’m not really, despite having been to a local Christmas Market today (which was pathetic). I also won’t be decorating. I live by myself and will spend Christmas dashing between mum’s, dad’s, gran’s and my other grandparents’ places, so there’s no point in me spending money on decorations I won’t be able to enjoy.
Have you polished your boots yet? Over here in Germany, we celebrate St. Nikolaus on December 6. Children are told that St. Nikolaus goes from door to door during the night of 5th/6th December, and leaves small presents (usually nuts, oranges, chocolates and a small gift like cinema vouchers or something else quite small that would fit into a boot) in children’s shoes.