If we were meeting up for coffee, we'd pick a quiet table in the corner of a busy coffee shop. I'd probably take out my phone to snap a shot of my hazelnut latte before taking a sip. I'd then slip it back into my purse for the remainder of our time together. I would ask you how you've been. Once you're finished updating me in on the current events of your life, I'd start to share mine.
If we were chatting over coffee, I'd tell you that I've been in the process of finding a new church. I've been praying and I feel led to try one in particular, but I'm not sure when I'll have a chance to go because of work.
If we were chatting over coffee, I'd tell you that I think I'll always have a love/hate relationship with working at Target. My coworkers and supervisors are great, but the customers can be very difficult at times.
If we were chatting over coffee, I'd tell you that I can't seem to shake this baby fever this time around and I often find myself daydreaming about being a mama. Then I would chuckle a bit, shake my head and quickly change the subject.
If we were chatting over coffee, I'd tell you that it's hard for me to believe that G and I have been married for almost 4 years already. I'd then throw out the old (and rather cliché) "time flies" line and we'd both nod our heads in agreement.
If we were chatting over coffee, I'd tell you that I'm excited about visiting St. Augustine for our anniversary in a few weeks. I'd fill you in on all the places I want to hit up and things I want to do while we're there. Like trying waffles from Cousteau's Waffle and Milkshake Bar or climbing to the top of the lighthouse without chickening out (since I'm afraid of heights).
If we were chatting over coffee, I'd tell you that I'm at a really good place in my life right now. Everything seems to be going smoothly (with the occasional hiccup here and there). For the most part, I am content and I'm enjoying the season that I'm in.