Wishing all of you the happiest, merriest, most carefree new year ever — and lots of great coffee to enjoy in 2020!
In case you missed some of the earlier posts in “12 Days of Christmas Coffee,” just drop down and click on “12 Days of Christmas Coffee” in the tag line at the end of this post. That will take you to a page with all 12 posts.
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If you didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas this year, let that be a lesson to you, and next year leave COFFEE with the cookies for the big guy instead of milk.
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Oooops! This is what happens when you dunk too many gingerbread men in your Christmas coffee.
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First thing Christmas morning.
Last thing Christmas night.
And all the way into the brand new year.
Snuggling in with a cup of fresh-brewed coffee
is the best way to spend a winter’s day.
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Without a doubt, the cheeriest
coffee cups in the world
wear Christmas trees.
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Still buying presents?
Well, don’t forget your coffee.
It makes all those activities more fun.
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Coffee’s a great companion
— or undecorating —
the Christmas tree.
I’m thinking that next year, I just might
decorate my tree with coffee mugs. 🙂
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What? You didn’t know?
Well, it’s true:
Snowmen LOVE coffee too.
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Christmas is just a little bit merrier
with a great cup of coffee.
I decided to make this post the first in a series called “12 Days of Christmas Coffee.” I hope you enjoy the series. Merry Christmas!
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