Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Disney in Pictures

Hi. My name is Kate and I'm a really bad blogger. I never did a Disney Recap. Sigh. So since I'm out of fresh ideas to blog about...let's recap now!
Disney World, June 21-28, 2012
Dave's 3rd trip, Ro and Fizz's 2nd, My *too many to count* (My brother worked at Disney so we went...a lot. :))
Phone Photo Dump....
Rory, loving the Disney Junior Show at Hollywood Studios

Rory and Trace, sleeping in our awesome rental stroller in the Magic Kingdom on the first day.

Rory with Chef Mickey!

Trace blowing Chef Mickey a kiss! Our table was right by the door the characters came out of. Everyone else (my mom, Dave, my aunt, my uncle and my 2 cousins (11 and 14) were ALL at the buffet and BAM out comes Mickey, right to our table. I was scrambling! lol

 My dancers in EPCOT, prior to their amazing Disney Dancin' workshop. Much more on this later...June 23, 2012

 Really small and hard to see, but this is the marquee signs in Downtown Disney, alerting everyone that STUDIO K was going to perform!

Ro and Fizz loving It's a Small World!

 Rory on one of the beloved Disney buses! Yes, she wore this dress for 3 days in a row.

Trace in my favorite stroller. Man I loved that thing.

One Photo Pass photo for today...Rory with Mickey and Minnie. This 5 minutes of my life will get it's own post tomorrow.

Tomorrow...Rory and Trace meet Mickey and Minnie! Thursday...Rory meets Tiana! Friday...Dancing at Disney World Changed My Life.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Monday Randoms

It's Monday. It's raining. I go back to teaching tonight. Even though I love my job, I'm not ready for full time yet. Better get ready right quick though! ;)

Some Randoms for this rainy, cold Monday...

Rory decided to wake me up this morning by putting her talking Belle doll against the monitor in her room. This resulted in me hearing "HELLO THERE PRINCESS! WOULD YOU LIKE TO READ A STORY?!?" at a super loud volume in my room. While I was still asleep.

Message recieved. Rory was awake.

We went school shopping over the weekend for sweet Rosie girl. She starts pre-K in two weeks! Hard to believe. Dave of course has no clue why we had to go school shopping. He just can't get used to kids not wearing uniforms. ;) We got some AWESOME deals at Kohls and Target over the weekend. Check it out, Mamas.

Oh you want to see a picture of Dave in 9th grade? Where he looks about 7 years old? Okay. I'd be happy to oblige.

Yes, friends. He was 15 in that picture. He says he looks 7 years old. hahahaha BABY DAVEY.
Cracks me up every time.

Trace has pink eye. Again. Second time this summer. He likes to wipe his "diaper contents" all over his room and sometimes it gets in his eye. Thankfully our Pediatrician's office is awesome and knows Trace's bad habit well. They just call us in eye drops each time. Boys can be so gross!

 Look at this swollen eye. :( Poor buddy! He's back to normal now though. :)

 And now I need to complain. I've eaten SO WELL the last week. Low carbs, high protein, high veggie and fruit, lots of water. I've done yoga and walked many times.
And yet.
The scale stayed the same this week. Ugh. So frustrating. But I'm going to keep on keeping on. I have set a goal to lose 30 pounds by Christmas and this time I actually feel capable of achieving that goal. Previous goals have been set and never made. I never felt motivated or ready. A scale day like today in the past would have sent me straight for some Chinese food or french fries. Not today. I saw the scale and went straight for a Green Monster.

That, my friends, is what we call progress.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Mom Time? What's that?

I had an interesting conversation yesterday with Lynsey from over at The Moore Family Blog http://lynseyandbrian.blogspot.com. She mentioned how she was not looking forward to her husband having three softball games this week, all in the evening and smack in the middle of bed and bath time.

Oh sister. I can relate.

Dave golfs. A lot. He doesn't think it's enough (weirdo ;)) but it's a lot. This weekend he has an all day tournament 2 hours away on Friday and another one all afternoon on Sunday. Two tournaments in one weekend is rare, but typically it's at least 3 rounds a week. Golf is Dave's thing. I know and I understand that he needs that outlet. He has a really tough job and golf is his time to relax. It's how he regroups. I get that, it's important and I am supportive 99% of the time. Ask him, he'll tell you. Never ONCE in 5 years of marriage has he wanted to golf on a certain day and I've said "no way" unless I was working or we had somewhere else to be. Not. Once. (I give myself a pat on the back for that one! ;)) I really take pride in the fact that I notice when Dave needs a break, had a hard day at work or just needs some down time. I encourage him to go golfing on nights when we aren't doing anything. I do my best to make sure he gets enough time to himself. I understand and I do my best.


It gets downright exhauting though to be working full time (I do own a business, remember), stay at home full time and then have to do bed time and bath time all on my own. Sometimes I look at the long day ahead of me and it's like a mountain I have to climb. It's really hard sometimes. REALLY HARD. I have two incredibly busy and active toddlers who don't sit still all day long. For example, as I type this, they are making a marching band and going all over the house yelling and screaming "music" at the top of their lungs. Our days are non-stop. Cleaning, cooking, normal mom stuff PLUS all the pressures of owning a (thankfully) thriving business are...just a lot. I look forward to Dave coming home and having another set of hands for diapers and snacks and maybe the opportunity to get a bank deposit put together without Trace scibbling all over checks. Hey I may even get to return phone calls.

I could really go for some mom time of my own. Ocassionally, I do go for lunch and pedicures with my long time best friend, Brittany. Sometimes I'll take an afternoon and go shopping by myself, but usually I get a babysitter for those days.

Here's what I'm doing. I'm committing to spending a minimum of two afternoons/evenings a month for just myself. Just. Kate. No kids, no husband. I'll put my phone on silent and do what I want. Go shopping, go to the spa, go to the movies...whatever strikes my fancy. I'll drive to the closest Starbucks and do work if that's what I want to do. (Yes, that's enjoyable to me! :)) I need to take time to myself and make myself happy, instead of always focusing on making everyone else happy. It's not selfish, it's necessary.


Wednesday, August 15, 2012


Hey blog world! My competition dance team is in the middle of a really neat fundraiser I thought I'd share with you.

MixedBag Designs is a bag company that offers gorgeous options at low prices. A lot of the bags are eco-friendly and many options come in a woven polypropylene material. This shiny material wipes clean with a cloth and makes for a great diaper bag/kids bag/beach bag...anything where something might get wet or dirty! Not to mention the bags come in adorable prints and a huge variety of sizes. They also have "normal texture" bags, electronic cases, thermal cups, iPhone cases, makeup bags, storage bins...if you can imagine it, they have it!

Some of my favorite pieces:

Department Store Tote in Damask:
· W18 x H13 x D9

Pink and Orange Pleated Large Makeup Bag
W8 x H6.5

Pink and Black Dot Car Organizer (For on the back of a seat!)
· W14 x H17

You can't beat these prices and the prints and options are great! It'd be an easy way to get a head start on your Christmas shopping! :)

Please consider checking it out and placing an order! Check out Mixed Bag Designs here!!

A couple things...

1. If you want to order, comment below and I'll start the process with you! I will have to ship things to you, so we need to add a little bit to your total to cover that.

2. My dancers earn 50% profit on each bag ordered. If you place an order through me, the profit will go to a couple dancers who have hit really hard financial times in their families and need extra help. I won't go in to detail, but please know your order will really help out several deserving dancers who are also really great kids!

I've never featured a Studio K fundraiser on my page before, but this year it's really important to me that I help support a couple families. Please consider helping some really deserving kids!! :)

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

20 Things You Might Not Know About Me

Remember when this was all the rage on Facebook? I'm bringing it back. (And you should to! :)) Who doesn't love learning interesting (okay sometimes weird) facts about bloggers? I know I do!

20 Things You Might Not Know About Me

1. My middle name is Rebecca.

2. I am dyslexic. I struggled with math my entire life and almost didn't graduate becaue of calculus. I was in the "gifted" program so everyone just thought I was being lazy with my math and not trying. Not true. I'm actually extremely dyslexic with numbers. Life would have been so much easier if it had been caught in school!

3. I am the queen of putting things in an online shopping cart and then never actually buying it.

4. I almst cut my pinkie off in 2004. I fell off a stool closing a window and it sliced my hand wide open. I now have a pretty big scar on my right hand.

5. I dream in color and always remember at least part of each night's dream, even years later.
6. I always hear everything. Every bad, good or in between thing gets told to Miss Kate. It's a curse, really. Some things I really really really wish I didn't know.

7. My ears are super sensitive to noises. If someone is chewing gum within 15 feet of me, I almost jump out of my skin. I just can't stand it. It's related to my anxiety, I believe. I can tell when my medicine is wearing off, the sounds start irritating me even more. It's not me just being rude or insensitive, it's really and truly like nails on a chalkboard in my head. Gum, chips, carrots, anything loud or crunchy is like torture.

8. I live in yoga pants and capris. Not ashamed.

9. I have a weakness for Chinese food. I could eat it every day.

10. I want to be one of those awesome moms that is always doing crafts and activities with her kids. But really I'm just exhausted all the time.

11. My husband hates to cuddle in bed. What a weirdo.

12. I absolutely hate the episode of Gilmore Girls wear Rory "hooks up" with Dean. I never watch it. It's ridiculous to me.

13. I know I could expand my studio easily in to other towns. I'm just scared. (Pray for my heart on this one, if you don't mind...)

14. Sometimes I think I would have wanted a third baby. But then I put my kids to bed at 7:30 every night and they sleep until 7:30 the next morning, play on their own some every day and eat "people food." I also only have on kid left in diapers...sooo...yeah, no more little Undercoffers here! I'll gladly babysit anyone's newborns though. ;)

15. I inherited the "change jobs often" gene from my parents. I fight it every day! I love my studio so much.

16. It hurts my feelings when girls I used to teach who don't dance anymore or dance some where else now act like they don't know who I am. Yes they do. No need to be rude to me.

17. I love driving! I also didn't have my license until I was 24.

18. I had a Cadillac SRX and traded it in on a minivan. My coolness factor went down by like 1000 points. ;)

19. I love getting pedicures and recently decided I don't like manicures. I like fake nails but I don't like plain manicures.

20. I can't go to Blissdom because it's the same weekend as one of my competitions. I am going to Blogher '13 though! Who else is going?!?

Monday, August 13, 2012

How to be a Baby Shower Superstar

I've seen tons and I mean TONS of pregnancy announcements lately, and lots of first time mamas. This is so exciting! Being pregnant is such a great experience...it's challenging, nauseating, stressful, exhausting and different for every person. I've talked before about my pregnancy challenges, and how thankful I am that those days are behind me now. Today I want to talk about being a guest at a baby shower.

Listen up, ladies.

Golden Rule of Baby Shower Shopping: When shopping for a baby shower gift, think like this: for every one cute thing I buy, I must buy 2 practical things.

For example, yes that pink ruffly sun dress with matching sandals is adorbs, but if you buy it, pair it with a pack of wipes and a large bottle of baby wash. That snuggly soft blanket with embroidered football? Totally cute and would make for great pictures...but toss in a pack of size 2 diapers and a pack of 6-9 month plain onesies.

The cute stuff babies get is overwhelming to new mom. I remember standing in my living room surrounded by mountains of gifts. I was so grateful. SO thankful that everyone had taken the time and money to give us great gifts but honestly, I had no idea what I was doing with any of it. I broke down in tears, as I did about every 15 minutes when I was 8 months pregnant,

Between Rory and Trace, I was gifted (at a minimum) 30 blankets. I ended up donating a bunch to the local city mission for moms in need. I didn't have room for 30 baby blankets and wanted to make sure they got put to good use, not just sat in the back of a closet. They were great blankets, but just an excess.

The same goes for clothes in tiny sizes. I had so many 0-3 months clothes flood my door after Rory was born. They were GORGEOUS and so thoughtful...except Rory was born weighing almost 10 pounds. She was in 0-3 months for about 4 weeks. Little chunky monkey, that one. ;) Again, I ended up donating brand new, expensive outfits with tags attached to the city mission. They went to a great cause but still, I felt guilty for not being able to put her in every outfit people took time and money to send to us.

Because I had kids in such rapid succession, I consider myself a veritable expert in baby gifts. I already told you my golden rule (remember, 1 cute, 2 practical.) Here are my other rules...

Think about the time of year a baby will be born, not when the shower is. Babies born in November require different gear than June babies. November babies could use a nice warm hat (if you knit or crochet it yourself, you are officially a rockstar) and lots of socks. Even a pair of boots! June babies on the other hand need swim diapers, a swim towel, a nice sun hat...all practical and still fun to shop for.

Want to really be helpful? Buy things in a size or two up. I remember one of my dance moms who has two kids sending me a present and everything in it was size 6-9 months. She fast forwarded her shopping and sent clothes for Rory to wear when she was a little older. It was awesome.

Same goes for diapers! My kids were both almost 10 pounds and never wore newborn sized diapers. They started life in size 1. Now when I go to baby showers, I make sure to buy size 2 or 3 diapers and attatch a gift receipt right to the pack. Wal-Mart and Target will let you exchange diapers,  because certain brands work better for certain baby's bottoms. (Rory was a Huggies girl, Trace can only wear Pampers Cruisers, all the other brands give him a rash!)

Things to avoid buying:
-Shoes. Super cute but super impractical. It's too hard to shove a little sausage foot in a shoe. Good alternative: cute socks, warm sock for cold weather, etc

-Expensive books. There are lots of gorgeous picture books out there, with intricate illustrations and high price tags. Please remember you are giving these books to a baby, who will eventually become a destructive toddler. Board books are great, inexpensive picture books and lots of them are the best. That way a tired mom won't have to feel bad when her daughter finds a Sharpie and draws all over every page...not that that's ever happened here.... ;)

-Noisy toys. Please just don't.  A little music or a few sounds, great. Screaming toys that light up 92 colors and make you want to toss them across Wal Mart before you even leave? No fun for anyone. Especially when they go off in the middle of the night...!

-Anything breakable. I mean, not that my children have ever picked up the ceramic cross gifted to them before they were born and tried to play basketball with it...I'm just saying it could happen!

Suggestions on practical things to buy:
-Baby shampoo and body wash. A hair washer water pour-er thingy. (Technical name) Soft, hooded towels, wash clothes, loofa. (No bubble bath, please. It irritates little bottoms!) Wrap it all up in a fun bin or basket that can be used to store books or toys, even towels in the bathroom.

-Onesies, socks, hats, mits for newborns (so they can't scratch themelves), a comb/brush, nail clippers...all that good practical stuff

-Wipes and Diapers, Massive quantities.

-Gift cards for stores and restaurants...a cleaning service gift card would be the holy grail of gifts.

-Gift card for  the sitting fee at a photo studio!

-Winter babies could use a car seat blanket cover thingy

-Summer babies could use a sun tent shade maker thingy. (Don't you love my technical terms?! :))

-Baby laundry soap (unscented), laundry basket. So practical. So useful.

No matter what gift you give or send, please include in your card something like this: Dear Mama-to-be, I know how tired you are, how stressed you are and more importantly how thankful you are. There's no need to send me a thank you note. I know you have 9,000 other things to think about. Rest assured I know how thankful you are. Save your time and stamp for another day!

What's the best baby gift you've ever recieved? What's the best you've ever given?

Thursday, August 9, 2012


I'm having a blah couple of days. My PPD is flaring up, as it usually does when I get stressed. So much going on.

To relax, I've been spending a lot of time with my two favorite fictional ladies: Rory and Lorelai.

I know a lot of my blog  buddies have been having a crappy week, blah week or stressful week...perhaps all of the above. To get us all through another Thursday...I give you Gilmore Girls.

Source: weheartit.com via Liz on Pinterest

Copper Boom.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Skunk Fight 2012

Well, my dog is kind of an idiot. Her name is Millie and she is hands down the nicest dog ever. She is super sweet but she's not...extremely intelligent. ;) She lets the kids hug her, pull her hair, yank her tail, feed her treats...Millie even lets their food alone until they are done eating. She's such a lover, always wants to be held and give kisses. (Yes, I know that's annoying at times. Just push her down. ;))

Cute right? But like I said...not very smart.

Millie has been sprayed by a skunk twice now. In our fenced in back yard. Ugh.

Thursday, she got sprayed around 10 pm, right in front of our air conditioner. Within 30 seconds, our entire house smelled of skunk. Our house is pretty tiny (I should really do a house tour!) and one large window air conditioner easily cools our kitchen, dining and living areas. So that means...you guessed it. All of those areas? Major skunk smell. It actually made me nauseous it was so strong. I'm convinced I burned my nose from it. ;) Poor Dave had to wash Millie and then spent a good 30 minutes outside hosing everything down.

I stayed inside, lighting every candle I could find and putting the strongest scent I had in my Scentsy. Like 5 bricks at once. (I used Cinammon Spice. It was great!) I emptied two cans of Febreeze Odor Eliminator Spray, a bunch of normal fabric Febreeze, I even sprayed Dr. Scholls foot deodorant all over (which I'm convinced helped!!). We ended up in bed around midnight, hoping and praying it would smell better in the morning.

It did. And then it didn't. Dave and Trace headed to Lowe's and picked up my new best friend.

It wasn't cheap, but not super expensive either. To be honest, we didn't really care. We would have paid a hundred bucks to get the smell OUT. Zorbx came in this great multi pack. A tiny bottle which we are saving for shoes, a normal sized spray bottle and a big bottle of refill. We bought 2 multipacks and it was well worth it.

We used the Zorbx spray on everything and in the air. We got the unscented. It was safe around kids and pets, which clearly is important to us. We sprayed the air, the carpets, the couches, the counters, the doors...I may have sprayed myself too. (Kidding! :)) It really worked. We sprayed everything a few times over the weekend and bam! No skunk smell left!

I called a carpet cleaning service to come in today to clean the carpets, which needed done anyways, thinking it'd get the last of the smell out. The nice men who showed up to do it both said if I hadn't told them on the phone we had a skunk smell, they'd have no clue. THANK YOU ZORBX. :)

I actually ended up having my first asthma attack in a good three years because the skunk scent was so strong. It was pretty awful for a while but now we're good. :)

Okay. I'm officially a skunk smell expert now. Twice in a year makes one pretty smart at it. Here's my steps to help...

1. SHUT OFF THE AIR CONDITIONER. Immediately. We shut ours off within 2 minutes and it still got everywhere.

2. Before you turn your ac back on, wash the filters and covers really well.

3. Open every window and door. Turn on lots of fans to get the air ciculating.

4. Pick one scent to cover up the skunk smell. We did cinammon spice because it was strong but pleasant. All the candles and Scentsy I used had a cinnamony scent. Too many scents made things worse.

5. Go to Lowes. Get Zorbx. And lots of it! Apply liberally and often.

6. If you have one or can borrow one, run a dehumidifer. With all the sprays and scents going on in our house, our air got so thick and gross. Running the dehumidifer we usually have in our basement was a GREAT help.

Really though...just avoid skunks all together. It kinda really was a pain! ;)

Monday, August 6, 2012

Studio K

Before my normal post...just an announcement. My comments are working really weird. I can see what people say to me, but I can't email back to anyone for some reason. I also can't get my email set up right to let people reply to my comments. I'm not ignoring you! Promise! :)

Today is the second night of open registration at my dance studio. If you wouldn't mind, prayers are much appreciated. As you can imainge, it's trying time for me. I do my best to remember my needs will be provided for, but still. It's nerve wracking.


I wanted to talk a little about my job today.

I really love my job. It's the only thing I can imagine myself doing, other than working at Disney. ;) I get to be a stay at home mom and a full time business owner all at the same time. Most days, it's a huge blessing. Some days, it's a huge stresser in my life. My kids love the studio and their studio friends.

The best part about my job though? Getting to watch young women and men grow from little tiny babies when they enter my doors in to young adults. I'm there every step of the way. The conversations I've had while talking with my students over the years blow my mind. I've answered everything from "What's it feel like to die?" to "What's a placenta?" "Are there Chinese restaurants in heaven?" And a personal favorite, "What color are tan tights?" People seriously under estimate children. They comprehend, understand and feel so much more than some people want to realize.

 What I do isn't glamorous. It's not high paying. I won't be a millionaire anytime soon...ever. I don't get to wear cute clothes, I won't be driving a BMW anytime soon. Of course, I could. If I jacked up my tuition prices. But I'm much more intrested in the kids. I want students who need the studio. I try to make dance affordable for everyone, regardless of the hit I end up taking a lot of the time. My needs will be provided.

 You see, at the end of the day, I know I made a difference. I know I made a sad kid smile. I hugged a booboo away, I taught someone to tie their tap shoes and put in a ponytail. We talked about boys and behavior, we talked about modesty. I taught self respect. I taught respecting others. More importantly, I let my life be an example of Christ's unconditional love. I accept my students. Good, bad, happy, sad, whatever position they are at in life, they are accepted. They know that. They know.

A lot of dance studios are only concerned with trophies and winning. I honestly don't care. It's fun to go to competitions and yes, it feel good to win. But it's not the end of our world at Studio K. We'll be laughing and moving on to something else in a couple minutes. We're a family. A family that sticks together, prays together and genuinely cares.

I'm so blessed. And I never take that for granted.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Sunday Social!

It's Sunday! You know what that means...Sunday Social!
I can never get the button to work right, but Neely and Ashley host this awesome link up. Check them out!
1. What is your favorite Fall activity?
I love everything about Fall in Pennsylvania. The weather is wonderful, our fall foliage is stunning...apple orchards, pumpkin patches, football games (which both kids will love this year), walks in the leaves, parades...I just love it all!
2. Do you follow a football team? if so which one and why?
I do!
I am a HUGE die hard Steelers fan.
Dave and I first bonded over the Steelers a long time ago. I love everything about the black and gold. I especially love Steelers games. I'd get season tickets...if I could afford them. YIKES! For now, I settle with the occasional game through my uncle's work and lots of Steelers parties. :)
We also a PENN STATE family.
Keep your opinions to yourself, please.
3. What is something fun about Fall in your area?
We have a great pumpkin patch, called Pumpkinville, about an hour away. It's been around since I was a baby. It's great, fields of pumpkins, a couple little rides, awesome food...the kids love it and we do too! Cheap entertainment. ;)
4. Fav Fall outfit staples?
Boots. Scarves. Leggings. Cardigans. Steelers jersey.
5. Thing you are looking forward to most about this coming Fall season?
Halloween! I love Halloween with my kiddos. They really enjoy dressing up and walking around town.Super cute!
I want them to be Katniss and Peeta but they veto-ed that idea. Probably Merida (from Brave) and Walter (from The Muppets)
6. Favorite Fall holiday? Traditions?
Thanksgiving, for sure. My whole family usually comes in to town. It's relaxed and wonderful.

Friday, August 3, 2012

Where can you find me?

Like what you see here at Dancing in the Minefields?

Well thanks!

I'm in the process of a blog overhaul. I'm going back to my original name, 5 6 7 Kate, and changing up my entire look. Jenn over at Munchkinland Designs is taking care of me. She's the best!

While you all wait patiently for me to make up my mind about colors and themes (Sorry, Jenn. I'm so indecisive lately!)

Here's other places around the internet you can find me...





Let's connect!

Thursday, August 2, 2012

It's Okay Thursday

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Linking up as usual with my pals, Amber and Neely. See, people? Neely and I are friends even though we have different political and social views. We respect each other and carry on civil conversations. It's possible to be different and have mutual, non-judgemental respect.

Did you enter my Starbucks/Coffee Cup giveaway?! It's one post below this one! Go check it out. :)

Moooooving on...

It's Okay!

...to be not so patiently waiting for your mail to come! Come on, come on, come on! My recital video is in that mail!!

...to be excited to go bridesmaids dress shopping with your sister today...mostly because of the Starbucks ;)

...to get a cold in the summer. Who does that?! Ugh.

...to lose sleep over registration. Please God, you know my heart on this. Prayers are appreciated!

...to still not have decided on your blog design. Poor Jenn, having to do deal with my special brand of crazy. ;)

...to unabashedly think your kids are cuter and better than everyone else.

...to be so ready for Rory to go to pre-school. She's going to love it.

...to already be hoping the 3 year old class doesn't fill next year so Trace can go to...!

...to be straight up mad that some people haven't paid their tuition balance from last year. Ugh.

...to want to go shopping but being a good girl and waiting. I got this. Not spending is very satisfying!

...to be really excited to have your Disney Dancers for a performance this weekend! Yayyy! My dreamers are back!

What's okay with you this week?

Wednesday, August 1, 2012


I woke up this morning feeling generous. I haven't had a giveaway on this old blog for a loooong time. So what am I giving away?

A $15 Starbuck Gift Card and a To-go Coffee cup!

I use a to go cup of some sort each day for work. Who couldn't use another one??

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