Meet a friend for coffee

. . . and if you’re a little remiss in sharing a cup of coffee with a friend, send out a quick invite. This coffee mug preserves the nostalgia of the world’s largest catsup bottle, and I recently received this totally appropriate mug as a gift from Roger Kramer. A career journalist, Roger suddenly passed away this month. The Cookery is lifting this post up for Roger. Don’t settle for the “on the go,” but catch up with family and friends in real time. Peace.

Connect over coffee
Connect over coffee

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