Coffee anyone?

Hey, how are you?
Do you have any time to go for a coffee at the Café Grumpy. It’s over on 20th between 7th and 8th.
Can we talk about blogging?

Café Grumpy coffee

The end of Spring is always insanely busy for me. I was a monster…
I took off that week to vegetate by the water and I am rejuvenated.
My Summer schedule rolls a little less intense. I will be able to workout more and, boy, I need it.  The good news is my back hasn’t gone out. (Fit to be Tied – Lululemon)

This whole blogging thing has been interesting.

There is a schedule of times when various people look at their blogs, it is seasonal; you know when someone has something going on in their life, if they have gone on vacation or they have burned out on blogging.  I feel a little bit like a voyeur. Maybe because I pay attention and I care.

There are human beings writing the posts, human beings are reading my posts. Yes, it is an electronic media, but there are people behind the keyboards – even if they are creating a persona.

Everything I write is where I am at that moment for the post.  I don’t post to gain followers or “likes”, I post because I need an outlet for D/s and creativity.  The timeline you see occasionally follows my life because I slide a post in. Most of the time I am 15-20 days out.  I am a planner, I anticipate, I worry – it goes along with my job skills.

This is why I need Master and he needs me. We bring each other back into the immediate moment.
Whoops, this is not about Master — it’s about us.

I think the amount people reading blogs in the summer is going to drop — too busy with outdoor and family activities. I know this, but I will be posting daily because that is how I roll.  I am 15 pieces out, right now. 😀

Café Grumpy MugLet me buy your coffee, I enjoy your company so much and hope you find a moment to visit me during your busy Summer. (or your Winter)

If not, posts will be waiting for you. Just know that I am a blogger who really appreciates your time and interest. XO

PS. Isn’t this Café Grumpy logo the cutest? Those creative Australians!



17 Comments on “Coffee anyone?”

  1. stylentonic says:

    coffee please 😉


  2. Would love coffee and chat, can’t think of anything better, esp during a lazy time like August (notice I’m skipping July which is expected to be terribly busy after a month’s break…) xxx


  3. esther says:

    my life doesn’t vary that much (for many reasons) so i will be here. summer just means it’s hotter; winter colder. and, please dievca, i’ll have tea…off of coffee. but would love to share a slice of something sinful & sweet. xxx


  4. BoPeep says:

    Dievca you are my first stop with my first cup of coffee, every morning 😉


  5. theagingsub says:

    I’d love to share a cup! I’ll be by, wouldn’t miss it.


  6. Let’s meet up at Cafe Grumpy dressed to the nines and turn some heads. Sip. Add a little more half n half. Sip. Ahhh, perfect. Just like you. Now we were talking about summer blogging…Cups Up, Dievca! xo Another sip. Raise your cup to that dashing man across the room. Sip. Oh, he’s walking our way. Must be another one of your blogger friends…hmmm? Casual sip, arm drape, legs cross, uncross.


    • dievca says:

      I don’t know, I think the Gentleman is focused upon you. Someone from a Past Life? Oh, look, he is maneuvering to pay our tab — interesting — are you sure you don’t know him? He just licked his lips while looking at you…


  7. hispetitelle says:

    I’d love a cup as I’m about to get my second. Once I land that job I’ll have to restructure my time, but I’ll still be here.

    You really can tell when things are going on with people. Several people told me they missed me last year when I barely blogged from Sept-Dec due to a death in the family. I came back different, but much better. I love this outlet and the friends (like you) that I’ve made.


    • dievca says:

      It is a treat. Something I didn’t expect when I started the process. I was just looking for an outlet. It is nice to think of the Humans behind the words. People are always talking about losing communication and connections — perhaps it is just taking a new form. XO


      • hispetitelle says:

        I think when you find your “tribe” online, so to speak, is when those connections can be made. I thought I had met that group last year, but it became apparent that we didn’t have as much in common as originally thought (wishful thinking, perhaps), and I moved on. I love the interactions I have now. I think blogging can be sterile or it can be warm, inviting, and filled with possibilities. As with anything, it’s whatever we make it, but I do believe we draw to us what we put out there.


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