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The Starbucker Meme: What's in Your Glass?

shotglass2.jpgMy friend Terry Starbucker, whom I met at SOBCon07 a few weeks ago, has tagged me with his new Starbucker theme.

His questions for me are:

How full is your glass?

75% full.

What kind of glass is it?

A hand-made ceramic coffee cup.

What's in the glass?

Strong, delicious coffee of course! :-)

Reasons for #1, #2, and #3

I have a wonderful wife and son and supportive family, great friends, and I live in a wonderful place: Milwaukee. I have a job that allows me to help small businesses define their identities, which I love to do every day, and I'm living and participating in one of the most exciting times in history.

There are certainly challenges, but I'm realisticly optimisitic. I know that there is good and bad in this world, yet I choose to have a positive attitude toward life by loving God and loving others.

As for type of cup and contents — I'm a coffee fan, so what else could I say? :-)

Thanks Terry!

Reader Comments (3)

Bravo Mike! I thought about putting coffee in my glass too (guess which kind...), but the lemonade won. Keep staying positive, my friend! Hope to see you in Milwaukee soon. All the best.
June 2, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterTerry Starbucker

June 2, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterFelyne
Terry, thanks for honoring me with the meme tag. I realize I need to pick some people to tag � just didn;t have time to do that last week. :-)

Felyne, thanks for your kind words! :-)
June 4, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterMike Rohde

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