Café au thor


IMG_20151119_170747 (1)I love to read, write, and drink coffee. They are the bread and butter for my soul. I really enjoy discussing books, poetry, and the like. Another huge passion of mine is dancing, and for fun I am an avid volleyball player. I live in the NW and I am a hybrid city/country lover. I enjoy spending time hiking through nature and riding horses at the family farm. But I also equally enjoy strolling the waterfront with a latte, gazing the city lights, and/or sipping on a delicious Café con leche at my favorite Cuban eatery.

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  1. You sound like a lovely combination of me and my daughter. She loves country life and horses, I love coffee, reading, country life and dancing – and more coffee! Seems we are sort of kindred spirits. Cheers from Australia.

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  2. I am so glad I have found you Abbielu,! Books & good coffee & a weakness for lame puns … oh, we have a lot in common. Some of your childhood staples were my own, despite the generation (or two) between us: AA Milne in his pre-Disney days (Shepard drawings are a big part of my joy), all the Anne books — also Maggie Muggins, who probably never became known outside Canada but was like Anne a red-haired little girl with big curiosity and therefore lots of adventures. I have just reread Penelope Lively’s City of the Mind & am now finally reading Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell, stunning. Somewhere you ask about binge-reading: I do that, and sometimes “binge-author” — discover someone and read every title I can find. I’m now your follower & look forward to your posts.

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  4. I too am a book lover, writer, and a passionate coffee drinker in the NW, in Seattle, specifically. It’s going to most likely be Seattle, although it could certainly be Portland.
    I have a funny feeling that a disproportionate number of bloggers are in the very same boat. It’s a good thing, actually.

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  5. Hi Abbielu. So nice to meet you. Most of my writing is done in a coffee shop drinking a gingerbread latte extra shot extra hot. Like the noise and movement around me as I write listening to my playlist of music. You sound very Busy music is my life keeps me sane. Very interested in all things paranormal and conspiracy theories! My poetry adventures. A Very Happy Christmas and New Year. Peace and Best Wishes. The Foureyed Poet.

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  6. Hi Abbie! Nice meeting you! 🙂 I’m also a fan of C.S Lewis and Jane Austen. I’ve read all ( I think) of Jane’s Austen’s books, except for the Memoirs that you’d mentioned in your “Tribute to Jane Austen”. Of course there are other authors that I favour, such as Dan Brown, John Grisham and Sophie Kinsella. I enjoy visiting your cafe, and will visit more often. Thanks for your follow, and am a follower of yours too! 🙂

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  8. Abbie, you have wonderful love of books. The idea of sitting down to one with a great cup of coffee next to a warm fire paints a cozy picture. Anyway, I had to come by and thank you for visiting my blog. If it provides a few laughs… then I’ll try even harder. 😀

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  10. You have a real zest for life Abbie Lu, and I agree that life is for living and enjoying the things you love. It must be wonderful to ride out across the farm, or stroll along the waterfront. As for reading and coffee…a perfect combination with which to relax and fill your mind with wonderful words. It’s lovely to meet you. I’ll be very happy to explore your interesting and varied posts. 🙂

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