Brewed Thoughts

Brewed Thoughts – Martin Luther

coffe-1354786_1920“Let the wife make her husband glad to come home and let him make her sorry to see him leave.”

Martin Luther

16 thoughts on “Brewed Thoughts – Martin Luther

  1. I am here to say hello and thank you for the follow. I have signed up to follow you and as I get a glimpse of your blog I am thinking sugar and spice and all things nice… I have just finished up working a temp job in a library, and my blog is a bit neglected. Hopefully I will get back on a more regular basis… ( ;

    1. Thank-you for stopping by. I have enjoyed reading through some of your posts and most definitely enjoy the beautiful scenery and flowers💞. If there’s one thing that makes me smile, it’s flowers. Thank you again

  2. I noticed your visits and thought I should have a look what your blog is all about. I like the quote from Martin Luther, because it shows that love is not a one-way street.

  3. My husband works from home, and for most of our married life (36 years) I was the one who left in the morning. Often, in jest, he sang “Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone…”. But deep down he meant it. Whenever we had to spend some time apart we either called or wrote to each other every day. We depend on each other for different things. That’s why I call him “ma Moitié” on my French blog.
    You have a beautiful family. Thank you for following me. May God bless you!

    1. Your recipes are mouth watering and I wish I could read what they say 🤔. Growing up back in Easy Africa, I had the opportunity to learn French but as a kid, I decided learning English along with other languages was hard enough. perhaps I can start learning now as an adult 😀. Thank you for stopping by and your kind words.

      1. My only concern when blogging in English is that some of the “free from” ingredients may not be available to my readers. My daughter and eldest son live in the U.S. and cannot always replicate my recipes for that reason. I hope that you will find some that you can try and enjoy. And if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!

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