Thursday, November 20, 2008

I live for cafe misto



















Session meeting last night was positive and filled with hard, but brave conversation about the economy. Commitment Sunday is this Sunday....we have shared a prudent, responsible budget, but people are still anxious. I think we ended on a hopeful,prayerful note, expecting the best that people can offer in response to a generous God. Sometimes whole days feel like they're just giant, ongoing moments for deep, intentional conversation. It's a good thing, and it's really tiring.

Decaf skim cafe mistos at Starbucks are pretty much half the price of lattes. That's been a great learning of late. I like the misto just as well as the latte. (These are the great issues of our day.)

So much to do today, and nearly all of it is at my desk.
Wishing you a great day of hope and flavor.

5 comments:

Hot Cup Lutheran said...

heeeeyyyy now there's a tip a girl can use! :)

Jan said...

Never heard of that. . . good idea for coffee drinkers, which I am not. Thanks for popping in with all you have to do today.

Jan said...

There's an award for you at my blog!

ROBERTA said...

i've never heard of a cafe misto and i live in the NW - the coffee capital of the entire world :) i will have to check that out because i am addicted to sugar-free vanilla lattes....

mompriest said...

I have simply fallen for Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Soy Latte's, (only 2 pumps of the cinnamon dolce syrup - too sweet otherwise) and I also like 4 shots of coffee, half caff....that is one very expensive cup of coffee...sigh...still, it often ends being my entire breakfast. (I figure the soy is filled with calcium and protein) (LOL)

glad to hear about your comittee meeting. Now, to pray that mine can be in such a place...

maybe I'll try your beverage instead...