Peace Coffee

How it all began...

Naturally, it started in a
convoluted way. I was looking through
one of my recycled, free
magazines I'd found on the donation
table at the library.
I saw this turtle in an ad
and just
had to make a button.
But when I pressed the final one
in that day's little batch, my
peace turtle was missing.

I was so disappointed.
It was my favorite
I looked everywhere.

If you could see
my current
art room space
you'd know that's an easy look.

I decided two circles must have clung together
and my image was now
lost ~ permanently sealed
underneath another image.

I would have to take up
one of my missions ...
'throwing an eye'
in hopes of finding
another ad one day.

brown paper packages

A few days later while I was
involved in another escapade,
I glanced down and to my
surprised delight...there was
my adorable circle.
It was a sign.
I immediately pressed the button.

I wanted it for Evan.

He loves coffee and always searches
for both organic and fair trade
so I knew he would be excited

to investigate this website.
Besides, added bonus ~
bicycles were involved.

100% Fair Trade

Boy did he love the site.
We promptly placed
ordering on our wish list.
Sneaky wife that I am, however,
I cheated.
I took the first opportunity
~ his birthday ~
to secretly order our first

And I must add:
The coffee is roasted per order.
I mentioned Evan's impending
birthday date
and the wonderful people
there considered that.

the goods...

I love finding packages on
my porch, but you can also
search the peace coffee site
to see if you are lucky

enough to find peace coffee
in your area.

little extras are extra groovy

Aside from the delicious coffee there's
peace gear
& tea.

Evan had admired
their water bottle for his bike rides.
I included one in my first order.

He loves it.

heed this warning...

Did I say first order?
Yes, I did.
These photos are order #2.

if you love coffee...

I have another story.
In 1984 I went on
an unusual
{as in rare, as in only ... ever}

getaway to Guaymas, Mexico.
Seriously, the most
remarkable memory
of those 3 days was
the unbelievably delicious coffee
served at our hotel.

I have been talking about,
searching, and pining away for
that coffee ever since.
Evan's birthday was also a
treat for me because I
have found my dream coffee.
I ordered others for Evan
but he loves it, too.
This time we ordered 2 pounds of it.

variety is the spice of life...

I know Evan.
He will try something
new & different
with each order.

We know he won't be disappointed.

company history here

I had to dedicate a feature
to our wonderful find.

My blog posts
are all about sharing my
family, fun, good food
eco friendly happiness.

Peace Coffee
fits every category.

If you are a peace coffee
customer, please share your
experience with a comment.

If you purchase peace coffee
based on this feature,
please come back
and let me know
how much more you
love me now than before.

ox joon


Beth said...

That is a nice find and great feature, altho I'm not a coffee drinker but I someone started smelling fresh ground coffee beans. yum.

rachellovespeace said...

wow! that coffee is wonderful every thing about it, the artwork, the packaging, organic, fair trade.. i loved reading your story about it. now i really want some. yum, thanks for sharing! :)

Diane ~ said...

Joonie, I may not order any peace coffee, but i thoroughly enjoyed every moment of your post!! good to the last drop!..er word! :D

Chauncey said...

Joonie, what a great story, told only as you can tell it. For some crazy reason I am now picturing the Wilkinson family singing the Java Jive together in perfect harmony.

On a Whimsey said...

What a great post and a lovely story about the 'Coffee' Family!

Stacy's Designs 88 said...

I think Jimmy and I will try this one. Thanks for the tip. Jimmy just roasted a batch using our popcorn maker. We buy green beans on Ebay or direct from the farmers' websites and roast them ourselves. But this one sounds too good to pass up.

Sixsisters said...

Great blog Joonie. I love coffee !!! I love the button .
My sis gets fair trade coffee from a church she
visits. It is not often but it is great when she gets it.

Karen Fisher said...

Sorry Joon, chocolate is my poison, but it sounds lovely!Just wanted to make my first time presence on your blog!