The alarm goes off. You know morning has come. The debate to throw the covers off and get out of bed is a tough one. You know once you take that first step, your day has started. There is no turning back. Your body is sluggish from a hard night’s rest but you begin to take those first steps. You immediately start to relax anticipating what’s to come. No thoughts of the day’s to-do list or the errands that need to be run. It’s not time yet. What’s about to happen is the sweetest part of your morning. You know where we’re going with this. Oh yeah…it’s coffee time. Although the taste of freshly ground coffee beans is something to be desired, your morning coffee is so much more than that. It’s all about the experience. The patient wait for the brew to finish, the slow pour into your now warm mug and the aroma that delicately swarms the kitchen all come together to add a little bliss to your morning. We don’t know what it is but there is something about the time spent over a good cup of coffee. You have to agree it’s hard to beat.
After creating Sister’s Café in our sorority house while in college, we realized the power coffee had. It literally brought people together. Our best conversations were held over a cup of joe in room 305 of the Kappa Delta house. It MUST be good for your soul. The laughs, tears and stories shared over coffee time are the times we will never forget. We hope you share this deep love for brewed happiness. If not, well…we wish you could understand.
With all of this being said, we decided to change the title of our blog from The Sweet Spot to Sister’s Café. Our blog is where we can communicate with you about all things important to us. What better place to chat than Sister’s Café? We had to bring it back.
Another change. As hard as it is to say…the separation is coming to it’s climax. Catherine’s wedding is ONLY two months away. How a year can go by so fast is beyond us. We think it would be best (and pretty cool) if we would start writing separate blog posts. Some of you may be thinking, “duh, isn’t that obvious” but it’s not. Well, not for us at least, but we will be entering two different chapters of our lives. We share with you what we do together so why not share what we do separately? So be on the look out for some individualized posts! Twinatics are still here for ya…just five miles apart :)