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If We Were Having Coffee Together

If you and I were having coffee together, my end of the conversation would include the following.





It’s been a very rainy spring/summer for us. On the plus side, our grass is a gorgeous, lush green. On the negative side? It’s also full of mushrooms. Yuck. 🙁




Our front porch was dull and uninviting, so last weekend we gave our wrought iron chairs a fresh coat of black paint, tossed a few new throw pillows on them, and planted hanging baskets and two pots to flank the door. Much better!




Tomorrow is my wedding anniversary! *swoon* My husband always, always makes me laugh, and we like to joke that we made it another year. The truth is, I couldn’t imagine even one day without him. He’s my better half!

We’re wrapping up another baseball season. We’re pumped up about the big tournament this weekend and can’t wait to watch the boys play.

My day planner ends in June. Maybe a trip to Barnes & Noble is in order to purchase a new one. Hmm… I also need to create a six-month plan of attack for my upcoming books.

I know, I know, I’m quite the conversationalist. Trust me, if we were having coffee together, there would be a lot of laughter throughout!

What’s going on with you?

Have a fabulous day!


Jill Kemerer is a Publishers Weekly bestselling author of heartwarming, emotional, small-town romance novels often featuring cowboys. She hopes to encourage readers through her books the way so many books have encouraged her. Jill's essentials include coffee, caramels, a stack of books, her mini-doxie, and long walks outdoors. She resides in Ohio with her husband and two almost-grown children. For more information, visit her website,

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  1. Love your front entrance. Later today, I’m going to visit my friend, Lambie, to learn all about essential oils. And to have tea. And hopefully, a yummy something as Lambie is an awesome baker.

  2. I received a ‘follow-up’ invitation to submit some of my essays to a website. I’m still healing from my broken rib. I have plans to get some serious straigthening up in our house before the weekend. If the weather holds (doesn’t rain), our son will be here for Father’s Day. We have made a raised flower garden to attract humming birds to our yard. The wild flower patch is growing in an unusual way–we have flowers outside the area where the seeds were planted.

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