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To help you get in the mood for a coffee break-

"The Java Jive" by the Ink Spots

 

 

 

 

 

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Fabulous song choice. My personal anthem.

So who likes what type of coffee around here? I must confess that my personal preference is Dunkin Donuts. Oh, and Starbucks is way too strong for me. Don't know what that says about me psychologically speaking but there you have it.

We love coffee, flavored regular, and espresso. Coffee is a required beverage for us in the morning.

Marie is beginning her 3-day marathon cooking for Christmas.  I am working on a new coffee table for ICFF show. 

We hope everyone have a wonderful holiday

Dear Glen and Marie,

Thanks for asking me to submit and thanks for your time for that.

It looks great, like a present of Christmas from you.I am looking at these pieces with a cup of lemon tea. hah!!!

Brigitte, I agree with you about coffee at Starbucks, it is hardly for me to go there.

My small solo exhibition will hold at Peters Valley Craft Center, if Marie and you have time, please stop by, since Marie told me you guys live close to PVCC.

Merry Christmas and happy new year to you all!!!

Hi Bifei,  Thank you for letting us know & congratulations on your solo show. Your work is beautiful.   When does your solo exhibit at Peters Valley end? 

All the best!!!

Hey Glen,

Happy new year!  my exhibition opens January 14 - "Metal - Morphic"

Please Joining for an Opening Reception on Saturday, January 14th from 4-7pm, more details go, http://petersvalley.org/

I look forward to seeing Marie and you!

have a great day

We can't make the opening reception in the evening.  If the store open during the day on Saturday, we can come up then. 

Best,

Glen

Yup, Glen, the store will open during the day. thanks for coming!!!

All my best

Bifei

Looking forward to seeing the show on Saturday during the day. Just looked at the preview on line, looks awesome!!! 

Glen 

This is a very beautiful exhibition. What a gorgeous collection of items for the home (and heart). Thanks for putting this together for all of us to see.

Linda

And...damn if that's not the penultimate version of Java Jive (and the original), man. Thanks for offering it up to us all. I'm off coffee forever I'm afraid, but it doesn't stop me from loving the aroma and for really diggin' the jive.

Linda

MIne, too, Brigiite.

For my annual Valentines Day dessert party, I've put together a disc: the Ink Spots, The Andrew Sisters, Bessie Smith, Bing, Frank, Ella, Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers, Nat King Cole and Louis Armstrong. etc... all love songs.

I discovered Equator Alligator Coffee and I'm hooked. Pricey, but worth it.

My other favorite coffee is Haystack Mountain School of Crafts Organic Blend which can only be ordered from Porto Rico Coffee in New York City by phone: (212) GR7-5421 (Yes, that's GR for Gramercy)

Here's to a better New Year than the last.

 

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