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Friday, September 7, 2012

"Eighty percent of language lies to us." Deena Metzger

Since my L-top is giving me such fits today, I thought I would do a short entry about his and hers stuff in the land of Michael and Emily.

His and Hers 9 5 12

These two cups come with a history. Michael likes skulls. Whenever I can get him one that is unique or he doesn't have yet, I just have to add to his collection.

This one above came from the local Renaissance Fair back in the early 90s. He was quite surprised by it and for the longest of time would not use it. Then he gave in and has been drinking his tea and coffee from it ever since.

The nice lavender cup is one I found at the thrift store for 50 cents. I had gone in looking for a toaster and instead came out with a cup. I tried drinking coffee from it but the coffee didn't taste as good. Tea, on the other hand, has claimed the cup. One thing to note about this cup, DO NOT put it in the microwave as it will scald your hand.

The coffee cup we found for me is this one:

Ems Perfect Cup for Coffee 9 8 12

Michael found this stoneware cup and saucer along with its siblings on Free Cycle. What caught my attention was he mentioned it had a blue stripe around the edge. Blue is one of my favorite colors. The cups and saucers were here in the burg and Michael made arrangements on picking them up.

It's not like we needed anymore cups or mugs but they were FREE and the color scheme reached out for me.

Once they arrived home, the question sloshing around in my head was, "what are we going to do with these?" We have more than enough cups all ready.

What sold me was my first cup of coffee. The coffee tasted very good and it was the right amount for me. Michael could put the broom away now because I was drinking the right amount of coffee and he didn't need to sweep me off the ceiling. LOL.

For another day, I will have to show you the rest of my cup collection.

mz. em


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