To love oneself is the beginning of a life-long romance. - Oliver Wilde
Holy sh!t!! I think I may have to come back to save you! (or drink with you!)
E Gads! I think I just fell off my chair. Good thing we know were to get REALLY GOOD coffee!!!
Now now, there's nothing wrong with that ;). There are less pleasant addictions to have, after all ;)
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.
Great advice Brenda. Mummy G - isn't that the truth; on a side note, the decaf coffee is excellent.
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.
Jim, would that be Bailey's Irish Cream? . . . cause I am all about that!
I believe Jim maybe referring to Irish whiskey, but Bailey's would probably do in a pinch.
As long as it's Irish right?
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
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!! :-)
Sorry Susan, false alarm. It was temporary and only associated with my weeks of crazy work schedule (now somewhat abated).
Ahh that's okay! There is a special place in my heart for the tea drinkers too!! :-)
Besides that fact that it leaves more coffee for the rest of us! ;-)
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