Caramel’s Cafe Is Open!

Here in England cafes are closing for a month. However Caramel (that’s me!) is opening a new cafe right here on WordPress!!! You are invited along every Wednesday throughout November to come and hang out with other bloggers.

Coffee, Caramel Macchiato, Cappuccino

We are all getting used to rules chopping and changing from week to week, so there are no rules at CARAMEL’S CAFE. The more the merrier!

So please feel free to place a drink’s order in the comments below. Jack is going to make the drinks. I am here as your cheerful hostess with the mostess.

Think of CARAMEL’S CAFE as a place to drop-in and say hi to some of the most lovely people on WordPress. By all means leave a link to one of your recent posts to help other bloggers find your site easily. Come and have a chat. If you are struggling with keeping your spirits up during lockdown measures, then spend time chatting with some brilliant bloggers.

We are opening up today’s CARAMEL’S CAFE with a little tune to get you all tapping your feet and singing along. We know times are stressful – but we really are going to pull together and get everyone through this – WE ARE THE HUMAN FAMILY! And as we think about the necessities for each day and take one day at a time – Jack and I are giving out virtual bear hugs to everyone!

76 thoughts on “Caramel’s Cafe Is Open!”

        1. Our tea of the day is the Royal Blend Tea from Fortnum & Mason.
          Or we have a large selection of herbal and fruity tea infusions.

          And for you…Jack is going to slip a slice of breakfast flapjack on the side – it is full of nourishing goodness and will help you walk for miles. โค

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  1. So how does this work? We just leave comments?
    I’ll take hot chocolate with lots of whip cream.

    I’m Greg, and my blog is a continuing story about a 19-year-old finding his way in life, set in 1996 at the fictitious University of Jeromeville, in the western United States. It is a story of coming of age, friendship, self-discovery, faith, the early days of the mainstream Internet, and great classic and alternative rock.

    Outside of blogging, life is pretty discouraging right now. I feel like everything that makes life bearable has been taken from me in 2020. I know that as a Christian I should never feel hopeless, and I know that I have it a lot better than many people right now, but I’m still grieving quite a bit.

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    1. Greg – hot chocolate with lots of whipped cream coming straight up – how would you like mini-marshmallows sprinkled on top?

      You are right – this year has been discouraging for lots of reasons. Even for those who have a clear hope, it is sad to see other people stressed, distressed, and their behaviour deteriorating in alarming ways.

      But we want to embrace and contribute to all that makes life wonderful – the hot chocolate Jack makes is just a tiny part of that! โค

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      1. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ Yes please to the marshmallows!

        In my fictional timeline, my last blog post was a much happier one than the last two were, and I have another happy post coming up probably two episodes from now. I don’t want to get stuck living in the past, but if I could recapture some of those feelings now, that would be nice… but then it just makes me sad how much the world has changed and how far in the past those days are… :\

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        1. โค โค โค
          The world is a big place – 8 billion people.
          While some of them are behaving badly there are many many precious lives, and many who love what is good.

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  2. How wonderful!!!!
    Robert and I would like some very strong coffee. We are watching the election news trying to make sense of it. I am not awake yet but it seems rather confusing,

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    1. All the coffee in the world probably would not clear up the confusion!!!

      However, we are prepared with a lot of coffee here – the cafe signature caramel macchiato is my personal recommendation but we have a full range of coffees available.

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    1. Hey Shaun ๐Ÿ™‚
      We needed something to cheer us up from the prospect of another month long lockdown. Opening Caramel’s Cafe seemed perfect!!!
      It was all Jack’s idea.
      What would you like to drink today?

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        1. Hot chocolate is very popular today! – a la peppermint coming up! Would you like chocolate sprinkles?

          As it’s nearing lunch time here in London, Jack is also offering to make toasted sandwiches, paninis or baguettes for anyone feeling hungry.

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    1. Oh yeeeees! My personal favourite Kristian!!

      I hope you are surviving!!! We have the news on at work and we are all trying to make sense of what is happening.
      I am not sure that anyone knows!!!

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    1. Great choice!!! I love Masala Chai Tea – I have never had it iced. I will get Jack on the case right away. โค

      We need drinks to help us chill out after all the heated talk doing the rounds.

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    1. Hey Skelly ๐Ÿ™‚
      What would you like to drink?
      And if you are feeling hungry Jack and I can rustle up most cafe picks between us ๐Ÿ™‚

      I think we need places we can hang out knowing there is a friendly kind spirit.
      Too much hostility elsewhere. So I wanted to make sure there is always a place bloggers can drop in and say hello ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Lovely idea โ˜บ๐Ÿ‘‹ I’m a tad late to the party but a rooibos tea with oat milk would be great please. I’m Katey from What’s on Watson’s Plate – I started a health diary blog after graduating from a Nutrition degree with obesity – I was considered a healthy weight when I started my studies (ironic much?). I’m pleased to report I’m no longer obese, but still a work in progress. Currently, I’m writing about my histamine elimination diet to discover if histamine is the cause of my intolerances. But, my favourite section has to be ‘What Made Watson Smile’ – featuring even the little things that brought a smile to my face ๐Ÿค— I’d love to hear more about others blogs โ˜บ

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    1. Hey Katey!!!!
      Sorry I am so late to reply to your comment. I was on a late shift today.
      I am so pleased you popped by.
      Rooibos tea with oat milk coming up.

      I love oat milk. I am not so great with dairy products (I love their taste but my body seems to dislike dairy sadly) We buy a Barista Oat Milk which is lovely in hot drinks.

      I love what you are doing on your blog. It is making healthy eating a fun and creative project which is great for motivation.

      โค โค โค

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      1. Thanks for my tea, especially with the Barista oat milk – yum ๐Ÿ˜‹. I hope your shift was okay. Thank you so much for your kind comments about my blog ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ’š I love reading your posts too, especially the work tales – so interesting. I hope you get to have some rest time this weekend โค

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        1. Thanks Katey. When I do have a day off work, it is so nice to let my body rest! …and just to go at a nice slow pace. At work we are rushing around and I can feel my heart racing sometimes. So it’s lovely to wake up on a Sunday and know I can stay in bed until I want to.

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    1. Hey Sheree ๐Ÿ™‚
      What can Jack make for you?
      Jack said to me, “it’s a shame you couldn’t do something like the blogger’s bake off during the winter. Well….the bake-off takes a lot of time to work on. But CARAMEL’S CAFE is more of a pop-up for November while we are in lockdown here in England (I think some other countries are in lockdowns too. I have lost track to be honest!!!)
      We are going to do it every Wednesday ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Absolutely Adiaโ€ฆ.
      Jack and I are making salted caramel millionaires shortbreadโ€ฆ.using a recipe from a blogger named Tanya ๐Ÿ™‚

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