I was absolutely freezing this morning. We had a pretty cold rain for us. We were in the 30s where I live and that is really unusual. But not as unusual as it was to be snowing in parts of Southern California like it did! Weather craziness! Anyway, my life long avoidance of the cold had me prepared. I was wearing a shirt with a sweatshirt over it, a scarf, a jacket and boots with socks. I was PREPARED!
Until I went and got a manicure and pedicure.
It never occurred to me that I wasn’t going to be able to put my boots back on for a while. And I had errands to run! So there I was dressed from head to toe for epic winter weather … wearing flip flops. What could people have been thinking?!?!
Well, I hope you all have a day where you don’t look (wardrobe) confused!!!
We have a coffee bar of sorts at our house. It’s set up basically for any and all things beverage, HA! Coffee, tea, hot chocolate along with all the things to put in or on them. Various sugars, honey, agave, ground cinnamon, cinnamon sticks, mini marshmallows, amongst other things. I even add a pumpkin spice mixture and crushed candy cane during the holidays. It’s honestly a lot of fun to make coffee at our house!
Anyway, in the morning we are all making some sort of a drink to take with us. So we often help each other in getting them ready. This morning I was excited to try some new chocolate almond milk we bought as a special treat for me to have in my coffee. I really don’t like my coffee sweet. I like a hint of any flavor I put in it. I don’t want it dominated. Which is another reason I love our coffee bar. When I go to a coffee shop I end up being THAT customer with more details on the side of my cup then most directions that come with Lego sets.
So back to our morning. Today Sid, who is normally a tea drinker, decided she wanted to try the chocolate almond milk in some coffee. So there were three coffee cups going this morning. My son George’s, Sid’s and mine.
You see where I am going with this one yet?
George and Sid like their coffees cooler than mine and with about 67 BAZILLION times more sweetener. And well, somewhere along the line things got a little confusing. In our defense we all had the same looking “to go” cups. And it was clear we were all messed up on whose coffee was actually whose! Sid’s coffee ended up not being sweet at. And George admittedly thought my coffee was his and added more raw sugar to it.
I think you can all do the math on this one. MY coffee somehow got all the add-ins! Ew.
Well, I hope you all have a day where you get a very sweet start!!!