It’s Tuesday, and sadly, our Coffee Post Revolution has come to an end.
I’m both delighted and pleased that such an event took place on my blog.
Because not only has it allowed us to have fun posting photos of our coffee shots and commenting in regard to how much we love coffee, it’s also served to express our preferences, meet other bloggers, and spread the word.
Spread the word, as in, this is how powerful our writing can be.
It allows us to transcend continents, reach those in far away places, agree, express differences in tastes, and exercise our creativity.
Yes, I dare say the Coffee Photo Revolution has accomplished this, and exceeded my expectations in the process.
Because of it, we’ve come to learn how a South Indian coffee filter works and looks like.
We’ve discovered that some fellow bloggers love coffee to the point of being willing to sacrifice sex for it, and we’ve learned that for others, coffee is a good substitution for Ipecac.
We’ve viewed photos of coffee in wonderful mugs, cups, bone china, and even steel tumblers.
We’ve learned some like raw sugar, no sugar, cinnamon, foam, no foam, lattes, espressos, soy lattes, and frappuccinos.
We’ve been introduced to the fact that our friends the Brits have a penchant for drinking instant coffee.
And we’ve even discovered that some of us get insomnia if we DON’T drink coffee.
What a wonderful project this has been!
I want to thank everyone who took the trouble to link up, post their photos, write blog posts, comment, and “tweet” about our revolution.
A special thanks to Amber, from A day Without Sushi, for creating our Twitter hash tag and promoting our event on Twitter, to Lori, from The Ole Master Plan, for cheering us along from the beginning, and to Eden, from PYT to SEA , for planting the idea in my head.
A big hug to everyone for reading and for indulging my coffee obsession.
This blog would not be what it is without its readers.
If you haven’t already visited the blogs of the lovely ladies who wrote posts, or viewed the photos of coffee lovers who posted links, you can still do so.
It’s wonderful to spread blog love, or any kind of love, for that matter, so don’t be shy and drop by!
And let us not forget that while the Coffee “Post” Revolution may have come to an end, the coffee revolution continues!
Because wherever there’s a sister who needs to wake up, stay alert, warm her belly, accompany her croissant, breathe in the aroma, nuzzle a hot cup, stay at home with, take to work, cry into, tell secrets to, and consider it the best friend she could ever have, coffee shall reign triumphant.
In the words of Shary, “Vive la revolution!”