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My husband has recently started drinking coffee. For others, this might seem like a bad thing, but for me, this is a very good thing. I have always longed to sit at the table in the mornings, chatting with the one I love, all the while drinking a delicious cup of pumpkin flavored coffee (my absolute favorite in the world). In fact, my favorite coffee mug reflects my sentiments exactly.
It’s amazing what a great cup of coffee can do to connect a husband and wife together. For me, coffee is like that ice breaker into conversation that sometimes can get very deep and meaningful.
Staying connected is very important, especially the longer you are married. Sometimes, as couples, we tend to disengage from one another, going about our daily lives — and kind of get stuck in a routine. By taking time each day to connect, you not only keep the flames burning in your relationship, but you keep the conversation door open so that at any time, each of you know that you can connect in some form or fashion.
For instance, I have been away on a business trip for the last 4 days. While it has been amazing, I have missed that connection between my husband and I.
Because coffee is so special to me, I am happy to announce the newest fall flavor from Coffee-Mate. If any of you know me and my love for Pumpkin Spice Lattes, I no longer need to pay that ridiculously high price any longer. Nestle has taken care of that for me.
This new flavor is amazing and not only does it make for a great cup of coffee, the aroma wafting from your cup in the morning will wake up your one true love and he will come and sit long, talk much, and laugh often with you.
What about you? How do you stay connected with your friends and loved ones?