Hmmm, sorry. Nope, nothing comes to mind. (And, yes, I do realize that is a double negative, but “Yep, nothing. . .” just doesn’t sound right.)
I have to go to the store for groceries which should give me ample time to come up with *something*. When I do, I’ll just attach it below.
Okay. . .
I have a confession, and I’ll just put it out there for all to know.
I don’t like European coffee. At all. I find it too “thick”. Sort of like Starbucks (which I also detest).
But, that’s not the confession. Nah, it couldn’t be, because what is shameful in that?
Yet, I was thinking, to myself, that I really didn’t want to be on a cruise aboard a European ship with the option of drinking tar-water or dealing with a caffeine withdraw.
Nope, didn’t see either of those as a good option. Truly, not if I wanted to enjoy myself.
So, I went to the store and bought a bag of decaf coffee, came home and mixed it in with the regular joe and. . .
and. . .I forgot to tell Jay. . .
Well, the very next day Jay made a comment about having a headache, and I was reminded of my deed.
However, crinkling nose, I STILL didn’t tell Jay! No-way, no-how was I going to spill the beans about the coffee not being “full-strength”. (ha, ha, hee, hee — that was an accidental pun)
And, so it’s gone. . .And, today, when I added the decaf coffee to the container, it dawned on me that we must now be at full decaf, or some odd fraction thereof, like 15/16ths or some such.
Now it’s been almost a month and I’m at a loss as to how to bring up the topic.
Yet, I bring it up here, for the purpose of informing my family members who are about to descend upon our home before this trip. . .
There ain’t no caffeine in this here coffee! 😉