The best little coffee shop in town…

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You all know how much I love coffee shops. I love their smell, their feel, their sense of community… their coffee.
I’ve mentioned before one of my favorite coffee spots to meet with friends or get some writing done. (It’s the place I met up with fellow blogger Lisa and the place I saw those three men who touched my heart.)
I love this place–for its warmth, its great coffee, and its friendly atmosphere. I’ve had a lot of fun times here… meeting with MOPS friends, sitting and talking with my mother-in-law, enjoying a relaxing cup of coffee with Mike

 

My daughter loves their lemon bars, although they have plenty of other treats to choose from. And my son loves their hot chocolate (with whip cream on top).

But what I love the most about It’s a Grind (other than the coffee!) is the people. Tim, the owner, recently helped my son’s soccer team by donating coffee for a tournament and his shop is the one that brewed the coffee for the local writing conference I spoke at in the spring. Here’s Tim and part of his team:

So if you are reading this and you live in the Roseville/Rocklin/Sacramento area, stop by one of Tim’s shops (he has two locations) and share a cup! (By the way, I’m not getting compensated to post this. I just wanted to thank Tim for helping my son’s team out and for being so involved in the community!)

Thank you Tim and staff at It’s a Grind!