8.02.2009

Shocking, I Know

This job may turn me into a coffee drinker.

14 comments:

onewandering said...

Holy sh!t!! I think I may have to come back to save you! (or drink with you!)

Mummy Grabill said...

E Gads! I think I just fell off my chair. Good thing we know were to get REALLY GOOD coffee!!!

Charley said...

Now now, there's nothing wrong with that ;). There are less pleasant addictions to have, after all ;)

brenda113 said...

GASP! I feel the tension from here....

On another note, a very talented healer has said that tea is for relaxing the mind, and coffee for sharpening it.
Just time your teas and coffees appropriately.

Stacey said...

Great advice Brenda. Mummy G - isn't that the truth; on a side note, the decaf coffee is excellent.

Jim Wright said...

The secret, Anne, to becoming a coffee drinker - put some Irish in it. Trust me, I'm Irish and I'm a Sailor, I know booze and coffee.

Mummy Grabill said...

Jim, would that be Bailey's Irish Cream? . . . cause I am all about that!

Anne C. said...

I believe Jim maybe referring to Irish whiskey, but Bailey's would probably do in a pinch.

Mummy Grabill said...

As long as it's Irish right?

Wendy said...

Yes, my pretty, come to the dark side...

Just make sure it's the good stuff. Life is too short to drink bad coffee.

WendyB_09

Susan said...

I just saw this! And I'm glad to hear there is hope for you. I was beginning to wonder if you would ever convert!! :-)

Anne C. said...

Sorry Susan, false alarm. It was temporary and only associated with my weeks of crazy work schedule (now somewhat abated).

Susan said...

Ahh that's okay! There is a special place in my heart for the tea drinkers too!! :-)

Mummy Grabill said...

Besides that fact that it leaves more coffee for the rest of us! ;-)