Do you remember this post, If You Still Have Breath, by my friend Christi Gee? It’s been one of the favorites here at EPFH. It’s also gotten so many funny spam comments promoting all sorts of smoking paraphernalia. Christi and I had a good laugh about that. Aside from the unintended and undesired, her post is encouraging and inspiring and a must read if you haven’t read it already and worth a second read if you have. Christi writes over at The Cheerio Trail and has branched out into the world of podcasting. Her words are great, but you’ve got to go listen to her sweet Southern voice. Her creativity and crazy tech skilz blow me away!
Her brother, Steven, is just as creative and encouraging as his sister. He draws art on coffee cups offering us more than just caffeine for our morning intake. I’ve been following his FaceBook page for a while now and every morning he posts something encouraging, inspiring or just flat out comical that helps get my day started off right. And I don’t have to keep putting this cup in the microwave to reheat it!
Today he posted this one and I had to share it here because THIS IS WHAT THIS BLOG IS ALL ABOUT.
Steven has graciously given me permission to share his creative coffee musings here with you. I promised him that I would encourage you to go check out his FaceBook page and give it a “like”. I promise you won’t regret it. You’ll see that his daily creation somehow manages to hit your screen just when you’re drinking in your first sips of coffee in the morning. He’ll fill your cup while you empty yours. It’s a win-win!
So can I encourage you to go check out his FaceBook page? ThinkWells Thoughts. Like, now?? And “LIKE” it? Please???
“Whether it is love, or a struggle, or warning or message of hope, what I hold inside was not meant to remain there forever. What you have can be used to serve others.” Steven Wells
From one temporary container to another, we were meant to be emptied.