Gift Exchange, Coffee and Waffles

I packed up my blue crate. I filled it with two linen cloths neatly snug around the Chemex, I packed the grass-fed butter and the coconut oil and the hand mixer. I grabbed the pineapple I didn't yet get to cutting up. Made sure I had what I needed to wrap up the Christmas gifts, the twine, the little cuttings of rosemary and the cardboard. The white taper candles? They were going with me too. I was out the door by 9.30 am just in time to make it to our 10 am brunch date.

 

It was the second time we were meeting up by Vernette for brunch and of course photography.  Vernette makes waffles, the whip and together demonstrates how we brew with the Aeropress and we sit to a breakfast, deep heartfelt conversations that last for hours. 

 

It's almost three before we decide to start packing up and calling it a beautiful day.

Here are the images I captured during the time we spent together. Some of the moments, like catching the suggar fall, the candles lit, I have been wishing for the experience to capture. 

 The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the  service  of  others . Breakfast with my best friends Ruhi and Vernette. https://livinglovinlife.wordpress.com and vernetteoutloud.com 

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others. Breakfast with my best friends Ruhi and Vernette. https://livinglovinlife.wordpress.com and vernetteoutloud.com 

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