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Monday, December 22, 2014

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I picked up a little treat for myself while I was out and about.
Oh, yum.


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    1. It was double yum! And since nobody here drinks coffee but me, I got the whole pot. ha.

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    2. I always thought all Americans drank nothing but coffee! Tea drinking is a Brit thing, so most of the American tourists think.

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    3. Yes, most do drink coffee...but many drink tea...but we don't put milk in our tea. Groo! (as you would say.) haha.
      But the mister drinks tea...not coffee. He's odd, I know. :)

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  2. And why not?
    You deserve it . . . . :)

    I'm off to the land of nod . . . :)

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    1. I do believe I do deserve it! Sweet dreams.

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  3. Hmm, that coffee sounds delicious !
    Indulge your sweet self.
    ~Jo

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    1. It was the perfect combination...not fake tasting...just yum.

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  5. Sure that will be gone in no time at all
    As you drink your 50 cups at your hall lol

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    1. haha...you are probably right
      as I drink it and take flight.

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  6. Chocolate AND coconut? Oh my. Oh my. Oh my.

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  7. I've never had coconut-flavored coffee before, but I often add a little cocoa to my afternoon cup.

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    1. It was better than I expected...and much better than a flavored creamer. I need to get another bag. ha.

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  8. You are spoiled rotten, and look, you've done it to yourself.
    :0)

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    1. PS. I like the Almond Joy Coffee Creamer.

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    2. Sometimes if no one else will spoil you, you just have to take things into your own hands. ha.

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  9. Oh I know I would love that ~ anything with coconut. I have a Girl Scout Creamer that's coconut. Like dessert in a cup.

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    1. If the Girl Scouts had come to my door I would have had to buy that creamer! I hear they are going to sell online now!

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  10. Oh my good gosh, I just love coconut coffee. And chocolate and coconut cookies. But I never thought to add chocolate to my coconut coffee. Thanks for the idea.

    Love that you got this as a treat for yourself. Very, very cool.

    Happy Christmas & Happy Solstice.

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    1. Oh, I know....the perfect combination! I had a coconut macaroon at a Christmas dinner last week that was to die for. I was sorry I was so full that I couldn't eat more of them. And I joked that I was sorry they were too big to stuff into my little evening bag. Ha.

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    2. Hahaha, that's really funny.

      Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.

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  11. I love a good cup of coffee. Never heard of coconut in it - could be worth a try! Not too sure about the chocolate... But you go for it!

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    1. Oh, I love a good cup of coffee, too! More than one cup, actually. Ha.

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  12. Sounds delish, Betsy! Like a Mounds bar??
    Hope you and yours have a delightful Christmas.
    xoxo Mildred

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    1. Just like a Mounds bar...but hot, smooth and steamy....Yum!

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  13. I love your blog and wanted to wish your family a wonderful Christmas and year. I have four sons so I can relate to your "my five guys" .

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  14. I like my coffee to taste like coffee, my drinking chocolate to taste like chocolate, my potato chips to taste like potato and tea to taste like tea,
    Choc flavoured coffee? Strawberry flavoured chocolate? Cheese and onion potato chips? Elder flavoured tea? You Colonists have some strange tastes!

    Whatever next, salt and vinegar ice cream?

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    1. Well, we do have salt and vinegar potato chips! :)

      I almost sent you a strawberry chocolate bar for Christmas. Good thing I didn't! ha.

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