Wednesday, June 1, 2022


*takes a sip before sitting down for today's post. it's another milestone post so gotta celebrate with bagel and coffee in hand. let's go!*

*takes a bite*

*takes a sip*

Today marks post #300 on Cards Over Coffee. 

Sometimes I can't believe this blog has continued on this far. I have been so back and forth every day on whether to let it continue on or just leave it with a happy ending.

Looks like for now, it has reached 300 posts.

While I have your attention as well, I wanted to show off the Coffee Card Hall Of Fame box I will be using once I get a few tweaks done on it.

Obviously being a Coffee Card Hall Of Fame and a coffee card blog, I had to choose a coffee box. This one also features New York so thought it was fitting.

Thinking the "Open Here" is how I will "Induct" the cards into the Hall. I will have to sit down and think more about it and what else I want to do with the box.

Speaking of Inducting cards, I also wanted to remind you guys to nominate cards to be voted on. So far all of the cards nominated would make it in. Keep in mind that it doesn't have to be a huge box break pull or box pull in general, it can be from a mail day. Just anything you think is cool, rare, unique, something Hall Worthy you would put in your Hall Of Fame.

Thank you to all of you who have come and read the last 300 posts. I hope to see you come back and read more.

*toasts coffee mug towards you, hoping for a return toast*

Have a Wonderful Wednesday.

In comments today, let me know your favorite post so far in the past 300 and what you hope to see coming up.

*Coffee Card Blogger Out*


  1. Congrats on the 300 mark! Using the coffee box is a great idea!

  2. Congrats on 300! I was assuming you'd have a coffee-themed binder, but hey, it's your Hall!

    1. Hmm a binder is interesting....maybe I should think on that as well

  3. Congratulations on #300. Wish I had more time to flip through past posts, but I gotta get ready for work in about 10 minutes and have a few more blog posts I'd like to read and comment on before that happens.


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