Coffee Time
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Let’s have some coffee

Hi! It’s so nice to see you again. I don’t feel very motivated to write anything about myself today. So I’ll guess I won’t be keeping you too long.

If we were together having coffee, I’d tell you that I feel so small and insignificant. With what’s recently happened to Paris, Baghdad, Beirut and Japan, I don’t think my weekly coffee share with you guys means a lot. I was thinking of not doing this this week but I didn’t want to be a hypocrite and act all sad and mopey for something that happened so far away from where I live. I do feel disappointed with the world though. And that is real.

It’s disappointing to see so many humans on the face of the Earth and not a lot of humanity.

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On a happier note, I’d share with you that I just joined Bloglovin. You can follow my blog with Bloglovin here. I hope you had a great week and I would love to read about it. Post a comment!

Have a fun and safe week ahead. Until next time!

Love,
Kat

10 Comments

  1. I understand your feelings. My weekend was kind of quiet and somber, starting with spending Saturday watching the events unfold. It is really, really sad.

    On a lighter note, congrats on being Bloglovin’! And I don’t know if I’ve said this – I’m loving the new look of your blog. Clean, crisp, sophisticated. 🙂

    • Watching everything online/tv just makes me sadder. Especially with all the survivor/witness accounts. I cannot begin to imagine what they went through 🙁
      Woohooo. Thank you, I joined Blogging 201 and played around with a lot of the widgets/design. Glad you liked it! 🙂

  2. If we were, I would share the same feelingsize with you and we would probably keep quiet a bit, then hold hands and pray for a better tomorrow and a saner World!

  3. I do understand. What happened and is still happening all around is sad. I’m spending my Sunday reading. It’s raining in Bangalore and I’m all cozy in a blanket with a cup of coffee 🙂

  4. It has been a really depressing weekend :S My thoughts keep going to them too.
    Have you seen the photos of the world lighting up for Paris? It makes me feel hopeful for this world 🙂

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