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Sponsored Post: A Sip of Home right in your cup.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf Gold Peak Coffee. All opinions and commentary are my own.



What once was Georgia Coffee, is now Gold Peak Coffee! The same great coffee, delivering a delicious and warming  Sip of Home each and every cup.  


If you are like most people, aromas can invoke some serious feelings, and memories. They capture the warmth of particular feelings that you can't achieve any other way. That's how I feel when I smell a fresh cup of brewed coffee.  In rare times in the early morning when everyone is still sleeping, I like to enjoy a cup of warm coffee with the sunrise.  It reminds me of holiday's with family after a big meal, ending with a cup of coffee. It reminds me of  a rare special "date morning" with my husband where the littles are still asleep, and we have a few minutes of alone time. It reminds me of my teen years, watching Sunday morning cooking shows with my mom and sharing a cup of coffee. It is amazing how one little smell and taste can do that for your senses. 


Once in a blue moon when the hubby and I are out to dinner, I like to finish my meal with a delicious cup of coffee. Sometimes I prefer this over a heavy dessert.  



When you're out and about, it is those simple comforts of home that create the pefect date. Sharing a cup of coffee with someone you love, and adding special moments to your memory bank. 


Unless you have a  humorous date, then keeping the coffee from spewing from your mouth can be a challenge. I  recommend you give Gold Peak Coffee a try the next time you are out and about.

Head to their website and use the handy "Find Gold Peak" search bar for your next cup of home in a cup and check out what they're doing on Twitter @GoldPeakCoffee.


What about you? Do you prefer a cup of coffee in the morning or at the end of a meal?


This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf Gold Peak Coffee. All opinions and commentary are my own.

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Furniture Love: Northern Kentucky

There is a new designer in town. She happens to be my momma and she is amazing with color. 

This is Mid Century Blue. Isn't she gorgeous? I could see this on a screened porch, a home school room, a swanky library. The possiblities are endless. I love those legs too! 



Mid Century Modern cabinet painted with chalk paint/clear and dark waxed. Lightly distressed/chalkboard on both sides. 
Comes with sliding glass doors!

$180.00 Local Pick Up Only 

Northern KY, Greater Cincinnati Area.