COMMON GROUND COFFEE HOUSE #54

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  1. I Am Blessed 24

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    The only RULE here is NO fussin', fightin', or feudin'!

    I will try to be here to serve you; but if not, feel free to help yourself.

    First one in every morning puts the coffee on, last one out at night turns the lights off...

    We serve donuts, cinnamon toast (dry toast available upon request), crumpets, bagels, scones, croissants, brioche rolls, yogurt, salads, light lunches, popsicles, ice cream, homemade cookies and homemade pies, and homemade jams.

    We also serve coffee (with caffeine and without), hot chocolate, hot tea, iced tea, fresh squeezed lemondade and orange juice, cappucino, Mountain Dew, DP, DDP, Coke, Pepsi, Diet Sierra Mist, milk, milk shakes, Kool-Aid, and Carb Options.

    If you don't see your drink or food of choice...just ask, we will do our best to stock it for you!

    Our aim is to please...come and sit a spell, enjoy the fellowship and come back often!

    As Christians, we are ALL on common ground...

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  2. Barnabas H.

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    Good morning Sue! Hope you folks had a nice Father's Day celebration. We were so busy all day that had no time for rest. But I wouldn't have it any other way. Our grandkids were on their way to a wedding down south, and they called from the road, wishing happy father's / grandfather's day! It was nice. [​IMG]

    By the way, I helped myself a couple of Dr Peppers, and I am on my way out. It is another busy day. See you all later! [​IMG]
     
  3. amixedupmom

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    Good Morning Sue! How are you today?

    I'm eating breakfast and catching up on my board and e-mail [​IMG] another wonderful monday

    -sips iced tea- [​IMG]
     
  4. Dan Todd

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    I've been drinking diet water again this morning. It always tastes good! :rolleyes:
     
  5. BCrowe

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    Hi Ya'll

    Coffee Pot is all perked. Need a cup?

    Today may be slow. It seems my week gets busier the last half. It seems on Monday that a lot of folks are trying to get started. They don't bother with a mission organization until later in the week.

    So ... come have a cup with me!
     
  6. Dan Todd

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    I'm willing - if you don't hold it against me if my hot beverage is a cup of tea - instead of coffee! [​IMG]
     
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    Good morning Dan,

    Tea or Chai is fine.

    What does your day hold for you?
     
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    I'd like my usual snack:
    Deep-fried Carbs [​IMG]

    Thank you.
     
  9. Dr. Bob

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    BOY HOWDY and sipping my hot Calli herbal tea beverage on another brisk a.m. in Wyoming. 50F, cloudy and threatening more showers.

    Stayed up way too late talking with the kids and they are all groggy this morning. Think I will make hot green chile omelets for breakfast. THAT will wake up the mouth!
     
  10. BCrowe

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    Dr. Bob,
    Wish it was a "brisk a.m. ... 50F" in Georgia this morning ... it is 84 and muggy.

    I'll send a fire extinguisher for those omelets.

    Brother Ed,
    What's a "deep-fried Carb"?
     
  11. amixedupmom

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    I thinks it is fried potoatoes
     
  12. Gayla

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    "Deep Fried Carbs"

    Sounds Good!!!!

    Bro. Ed, will you share the recipe with us???? :D [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  13. Bro Tony

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    Morning All,

    I have a big surprise (tongue in cheek), It is going to be 104 and sunny today.

    On a serious note. They moved my dad to a nursing home for rehab. They placed a feeding tube in his stomach. He still cannot swallow, talk or use his left hand and arm. THanks again for the prayers. Please remember mom, she is worn out and very emotional.

    Have a great day in Jesus. I will try not to sweat :rolleyes:

    Bro Tony
     
  14. Dan Todd

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    Bro Tony,

    Will keep praying for your parents!

    What humidity goes with that 104 degrees?
     
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    Hi Dan,

    Less than 10 percent. It is so dry here that they are threatening no fireworks on July 4.
     
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    Dan: AT least low humidity means you don't wear it. Ours is appraoching 80%. I'll bet your 104 is easier to bare than our 90.

    Too bad about the fireworks ...

    Bob
     
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    HI Bob,

    I believe you were referring to me in Arizona. I would agree that our heat is much easier to bear than yours with the high humidity. I find it hard to breath with the kind of humidity you are talking about. I just would be really grateful for a little rain.

    Bro Tony
     
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    We don't have humidity here in Wyoming, either (except this week we have cold monsoons but that is rare for June). We lived in Dallas 84-88 and that about killed me.

    Still have permanent burn scars from seat buckles in the Buick.
     
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    I understand the seat buckle comment!

    I understand with great appreciation the people who lived here before air conditioned cars and buildings. Can you imagine Atlanta traffic at rush hour without Air Conditioning? Wow!
     
  20. amixedupmom

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    Wow that's really hot! . It's a dry heat though? It's mild here, We've had a lot of rain. They are saying that we have had as much as in the flood of 1993. But since it's been so dry the past couple years that the ground will soak it all up. I've been worried about my garden. It's a bit stunted where the cherry tomatoes are concrened BUT, my corn is coming up quite nicely [​IMG]
     

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