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Topic: gratitude (3 msgs / 63 lines)
1) From: jay hobaugh
Hi there everyone,
  Not too sure what I wanted to call this post. So I decided on gratitude. I don't know if its
  the holidays or not. I usually don't feel this grateful till I am watching It's a Wonderful Life
  on x-mas eve. anyway I really am feeling it right now. for this list and for everything I have learned from it. Not to mention our kind host's (that is another post) I wanted to thank 
  everyone who regularly contributes to this list. I really have learned allot from reading on 
  here. everything you know, brew tips, roast tips, etc, etc. I don't remember when it was 
  or by whom it was posted but someone recently stated their opinions about the varietals
  bourbon, typica, cat- and they said they tried to stay away from the cat- ones its the little
  stuff like that that I like to hear about. I went and looked and not too many of the offerings
  at our hosts site are cat-varietal oh sure there were some, but not too many.Besides I bet
  they are better at SM than elsewhere. Someone else recently talked about the best 
  time to stall the roast-the yellow stage- maybe not 
  stall but slow the progression anyway. also very useful info. And the funny stuff too, 
  sometimes its a humor that I tend to not agree with anymore (as I grow up, grin) but sometimes it is genuine good clean fun and that's something I really appreciate allot.
  thanks again for everything everybody.
  Steve
   
  I will continue to grow and learn day by day, why...to try to be a tool in the masters hands
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2) From: Eddie Dove
... and then become the master, passing the tool to another's hand ...
Great post!
On 11/21/06, jay hobaugh  wrote:
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3) From: Laura Micucci
Amen to that!  I too have learned a great deal through this list (and Tom & Maria's website!!) and when I have posted my "newby" questions everyone is always very patient and willing to indulge me with great responses although I'm sure they've answered the same questions umpteen times before.  So in this season of giving thanks I raise my cup and extend a heart felt 
   
  THANK YOU TO ALL!
   
  I wish you all a very blessed Thanks Giving filled with love laughter and family!  (and of course great food and COFFEE).
jay hobaugh  wrote:
    Hi there everyone,
  Not too sure what I wanted to call this post. So I decided on gratitude. I don't know if its
  the holidays or not. I usually don't feel this grateful till I am watching It's a Wonderful Life
  on x-mas eve. anyway I really am feeling it right now. for this list and for everything I have learned from it. Not to mention our kind host's (that is another post) I wanted to thank 
  everyone who regularly contributes to this list. I really have learned allot from reading on 
  here. everything you know, brew tips, roast tips, etc, etc. I don't remember when it was 
  or by whom it was posted but someone recently stated their opinions about the varietals
  bourbon, typica, cat- and they said they tried to stay away from the cat- ones its the little
  stuff like that that I like to hear about. I went and looked and not too many of the offerings
  at our hosts site are cat-varietal oh sure there were some, but not too many.Besides I bet
  they are better at SM than elsewhere. Someone else recently talked about the best 
  time to stall the roast-the yellow stage- maybe not 
  stall but slow the progression anyway. also very useful info. And the funny stuff too, 
  sometimes its a humor that I tend to not agree with anymore (as I grow up, grin) but sometimes it is genuine good clean fun and that's something I really appreciate allot.
  thanks again for everything everybody.
  Steve
   
  I will continue to grow and learn day by day, why...to try to be a tool in the masters hands
    
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  Sponsored Link
Get an Online or Campus degree - Associate's, Bachelor's, or Master's -in less than one year.


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