Sunday, June 23, 2024


 *sits down, listens to the rain falling and thunder rumbling while also keeping an eye on the radar for tornado warnings since we are in watch. sounds like a good time to bunker down for some Cards Over Coffee*

*takes a sip*

*then tips mug towards the screen to give cheers to you for reading this today*

600 posts.

You read that right. This is the 600th time I have posted on here.

I considered using 600th cup for the title, but we all know I have had waaaaaaaaaay more than that while blogging on here.

*takes another sip*

This blog has come a long way since I started it up in 2020 during Covid and there has been plenty of tweaking, re-working, re-imagining this blog along the way. I am trying my best to build something special here and make my sport card blog a little different.

I think for the most part I have done that but I am always up for new suggestions from readers. Yes, you, make a comment on it and no suggestion is a bad suggestion unless you want me to give up coffee. 

Then we will have a problem.

As a celebration for this post other than my coffee, I wanted to show you a sneak peek of what is to come for some future posts.

This is my latest haul in a trade with my father. This has been a trade that has been building up for a few months now but since I went through a lot of health problems and he had been busy, we only just recently met up. I have no idea what any of this is other than the fact he knows I like late 90's cards. I have been doing a few blind trades with him recently. I give him whatever he asks for, mainly stuff he can flip, and he gives me a box of stuff he probably doesn't even look at that he acquires from a friend in exchange. Seems like a win all-around.

On top of that, I also acquired a really cool non-sport piece, sadly that didn't turn out as planned. More on that another time. My mom also had grabbed me a football card blaster for a really late birthday gift.

Lots of fun posts to come.

In the meantime, I just wanted to thank all of you who have read either all six hundred posts or just one. It all matters to me.

*takes a sip before finishing up today's post*

I know this post is publishing late, but with the heavy rains earlier 
the internet was down, and I couldn't hit publish and finish this post until now.

It rained a lot as you can see from my driveway trying to flood but the good news was no tornado action.

Once again, thanks for taking some time out for some #CardsOverCoffee . I truly appreciate you.

*tips mug again, cheers*

*Coffee Card Blogger Out*


  1. Can't wait to read the next 600! Congratulations on your streak and longevity. It's always a fun and informative read, so who could ask for more?

  2. Happy 600th! We had our first rain in about a month last night. No flooding or tornado warnings for a change though.

    1. That's good and it's good to at least get some rain. For me, it helps my garden and fills my spring

  3. Congrats on 600 I recently started mine it can be found here check it out also check out my wantlists there as for the rain some areas are craving for it I was lucky to drive in 2 different cloud bursts on my way home.

    1. Yay! Another blog to read!

    2. I will be sure to check out your blog! Looking forward to it!

  4. Congratulations on your 600th! Rain and flooding have been a big theme as of late. For me it is measured by my front yard ditch. If it has water standing in it, we have had a lot of rain. It was so wet that part of it had to be skipped when we mowed the lawn. Here's to another cup and 600 more!

    1. Thanks for your daily support with every post!

  5. A. Congratulations on 600 posts!

    B. Wish I had some suggestions for you... but creativity is one of those things that hits me in the moment. And if you've been reading my blog... then you know I haven't been too creative in quite some time.

    C. I think it's so cool that you and your father trade. It's even cooler that you pull off blind trades. Can't wait to see what's in the box.

    1. I have found a few cool things so far :)


Cards and coffee go together like PB&J, so don't you and leaving a comment below. Take a sip and let me know your thoughts!