Weekend Coffee Share

February Recap

Weekend Coffee Share 3-3-19

Good morning, Everyone. March came in like a lion. A little snow shook itself from the overcast skies but the temperature will soon rise above freezing, unburdening me from shoveling. There is a lot on my plate for this quick weekend, so I will take an easy way out and simply share my February Recap and wish all of you a good week (and remind you to make it great).

Welcome to Stories Served Around The Table  February Recap. Yes, it is still winter. Snow and cold had been less than usual during February 2019. Never the less, the groundhog promised an early spring. I’m holding him to it. February was a short month dotted with reflection and a short escape from routine.
My eight-week Journaling the Journey Workshop starts March 19th at the Patchogue-Medford High School. Contact me for more information.
Stay warm and be sure to hug everyone you know. 

 

BIG THANK YOUs go out to, Eclectic Alli for managing Weekend Coffee Share.

 

 

Antoinette Truglio Martin is the author of Hug Everyone You Know: A Year of Community, Courage, and Cancer. The memoir is a wimpy patient’s journey through her first year of breast cancer treatment.

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6 thoughts on “February Recap”

  1. Hi, Antoinette – Our weather is now beginning to warm up. The grass is green (it kinda always was anyway) and some flowers are beginning to pop up. Thank you for sharing your February Wrap Up. I have been babysitting my granddaughters all week. I brought your book with me to read….but granddaughters decided that I should spend my time differently. I look forward to getting to it soon.

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