Coffee and Conversation #10 {Link Party!}

Good morning! Well, this has been a tough week… Candy’s in the middle of a big move (and you’d alternate between crying your eyes out and laughing your head off to hear what she’s been going through with THAT one!), and Pat’s been tied up trying to resolve some technical, um, “challenges” we’ve been experiencing […]

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5 Creative Ways to Repurpose Old Linens

I love that “saving money” no longer has the negative connotation that it did when I was growing up in the 80′s. Back then, it wasn’t considered cool to shop at thrift stores or to repurpose furniture. We could not have imagined that drinking from recycled Mason jars while sitting in mismatched chairs at a […]

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5 Fabulous Fall Desserts

Fall is my favorite time of year. I love pretty much everything about it…boots, bonfires, no more gnats (can I get an “amen” from my southern friends?), putting out my fall decorations, the whole nine yards!  And desserts are my favorite kind of food. So, yeah…I’m super excited to share this recipe round-up with you!

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Does My Child Have ADHD?

Worried parents see their child behaving in ways that are disturbing. It’s clear that he’s smart, so why does it take him 30 minutes to complete a simple math problem? Why is she lost in her own thoughts so much of the time and doesn’t hear anything you say? He talks too loudly, complains too […]

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Coffee and Conversation #9 {Link Party!}

It’s been busy, busy, busy here at Mom’s Morning Coffee since last we met! I’m definitely ready for our virtual coffee date. After a crazy week of packing for a move that’s hit obstacle after obstacle, I’m looking forward to reading some encouraging posts, checking out some new recipes and crafts, seeing some familiar faces, […]

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Fall Bucket List 2014

Do you make bucket lists? Today is the first day of fall,  and what better opportunity to start putting together your own fall bucket list?!  Some of these ideas are easy-to-do, but bucket lists often have bigger-picture types of activities, too.  It’s fun when you can come up with a mixture of both

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On Being a Wife of Discretion

When I was in middle school, my grandmother gave me a pair of her gold stud earrings for Christmas. They’re very plain and simple. To be honest, I didn’t appreciate them at the time. I was too interested in getting the latest Spice Girls CD. But as I’ve gotten older, I wear these classic earrings […]

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Women Who Make A Difference – Ida Austin

When we first began working on the series “Women Who Make a Difference,” we started by interviewing women in the community we came across during our business dealings with Mom’s Morning Coffee. These were women who worked in both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations that had a real impact on the lives of those around them. […]

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