Sunday, April 29, 2018

Letter Z #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter Z of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.


Yesterday I showed you a coffee drink only available in December. Today I'm bringing you one that's only available for Halloween. Zombie Frappuccino from Starbucks. 

What? Did you just point out that this doesn't come with actual coffee? But it's from a coffee house! I don't have a picture of it, but two days after I ordered this drink, I ordered it again, this time adding a shot of espresso. I liked the taste. You may or may not. 

But if a zombie is going to eat my brain, I'd like them to end up with a caffeine buzz afterwords. That, and a lot a philosophical questions. Or questions about how the world could be improved. These are things I blog about when it isn't April. If that's not your "jam," okay, I won't take it personal. If that stuff might interest you, give me a follow.

Saturday, April 28, 2018

All the same at the end

The attorney approached Jayne Ann Smith, who was fidgeting in the stand.

"Miss Smith, you claim my client robbed you, is that correct?"


"What were you wearing at the time you were robbed?"

Jayne Ann raised her eyebrow. She waited for her attorney to object and ask the relevance of the question. She waited for the judge to intervene. No one did. "A yellow sweater and black slacks."

"Yellow? That's a bit of an attention-getting color, isn't it?"

"I guess it could be." Again, Jayne Ann looked around, wondering why no one thought the line of questioning was irrelevant.

"So you were aware that, in wearing yellow, you were drawing attention to yourself?"

"It's a sweater. I have the same one also in blue. There was a sale."

"You weren't wearing blue; you made a choice to wear yellow. That's correct, isn't it?"

Jayne Ann rubbed her elbow. "Yes."

"Now then, were you wearing anything else?"


"Was the sweater and slacks all that you were wearing when you entered the grocery store that day?"

"Well, no. I had on shoes."

The attorney nodded. "Any other information you're leaving out in regards to what you were wearing?"

Jayne Ann no longer knew what was relevant. "I had on silver earrings shaped like triangles. And underclothing, of course."

"What sort of underclothing?"

"A bra, panties, and stockings." She crossed her arms over her chest.

"What color were they?"

"Seriously?" Jayne Ann looked around the courtroom. No one cared why someone would ask such a question.

"Yes. Answer the question."

She had to think about it. "I believe my bra was white with a pattern of silver swirls. And I think my panties were beige. The stockings were nude."

"A bra with a pattern, certainly something meant to be seen. And beige panties and nude stockings. Almost as if you weren't wearing the coverings at all. You might well have been luring my client into robbing you. "

"What? No. My underclothing was all under my clothing. I did not intend for anyone else to see it."

"So you claim. Now, Miss Smith, had you ever gone to that grocery store before?"

"Yes. I shop there regularly."

"How often is that?"

"About once a week, I suppose. Sometimes twice, if I've forgotten something."

"Grocery shopping every week! That's quite frequent. It sounds to me like you were asking to be robbed, being a regular shopper. Miss Smith, were you, in fact, hoping to be robbed?"

"No one hopes to be robbed."

"I didn't ask about other people. There are, in fact, certain groups who enjoy playing out robbery scenarios. Perhaps you're one of the members of such a group? Have you ever played such a scenario?"

Jayne Ann felt her face turn bright red. "What one does consensually in the privacy and safety of one's own home should not matter. It is not the same as being robbed by a stranger."

"So you have thought about being robbed. Perhaps you were sending signals to my client. The yellow the sweater, the frequent trips to the store. Is it possible he could have interpreted your actions as an invitation to rob you?"

"How would I know his state of mind?" Jayne Ann seriously wondered how this line of questioning was allowed to continue.

"Is it possible that you hoped your signals would result in my client approaching you for money?"

"No. I did not want to be robbed." The statement felt so obvious to her that she felt her stomach churn as she said it. How was it even a question?

The next person took the stand. Karl Darling, who also alleged that he was robbed. Karl's experience had been caught by a security camera.

"Are you gay, Mister Darling?"

"Excuse me?"

"It's a simple question. Are you gay?"

"I've been married to my wife of thirteen years. We have five children. No, I'm not gay."

"But have you ever been gay? Ever dabbled in the same sex?"

Karl looked around the room. The question had no relevance to his being robbed. But he was required to answer it.

"I was in the theater in college. I played a gay character in one play. My co-star and I rehearsed our kiss scene. He confessed to having feelings for me. I thanked him politely, but declined an off-stage romance, as I did not share the feelings."

"But, perhaps, you did have those feelings for my client? Perhaps you've been wondering all these years what it would be like if another man, a different man who wasn't an actor, were to kiss you. Maybe more. Did you initiate contact with my client at the store?"


"Did you initiate contact with my client at the store that day?"

"Oh. Well, yeah, I guess. I probably said hello or asked him how it was going when we stood in line together."

"So it's possible you were giving my client a signal that you wanted to be robbed?"


"Have you ever  been robbed before?"


"Are you certain? Isn't it true, Mister Darling, that in the seventh grade, you accused William 'Bobby' Miller of stealing your baseball cards from your back pocket?"

"What?" Karl scratched the back of his neck while he thought back. "Oh, yeah. That was school thing. Bobby didn't hold me up in store. He took baseball cards from the back pocket of many of the guys."

"But perhaps you missed that thrill."

"It wasn't a thrill. That was why I reported it and asked the principal to make Bobby stop reaching into my back pocket."

"In the video, where you're allegedly being robbed, you turn around. Were you showing my client your back pocket."

"He told me to turn around. It was turn or be harmed."

"It had been so long since another man reached into your back pocket. And years since one kissed you. Perhaps you were sending signals to my client, hoping he would rob you."

A third person took the stand. Then another. And another. Each time, they were asked what they wore, how often they went to the grocery store, if they'd be robbed before, if they'd ever thought about being robbed, and other such questions that seemed irrelevant.

In the end, the jury asked how to define robbery. The twelve people were no longer sure, as perhaps people were asking to be robbed.

Oh, and then someone pointed out that the crime wasn't robbery, it was rape. But that doesn't matter, because alleged victims of either crime are always asked the exact same questions anyway. It is a justice system, after all, and crime is crime, no matter the name. That's why courtrooms hold seances to ask the dead what they were wearing when they were murdered and to double check if the person wanted to be murdered. It's just something an attorney has to know.

Friday, April 27, 2018

Letter Y #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter Y of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering. You might expect me to have a coffee from Yemen to share today. Alas, I do not. I'm making do for today. Please enjoy my Yule time coffee post.

yule time coffee

Hmm, it looks like a fair amount of that coffee vanished faster than the phone could take a picture. No idea how that could have happened. This coffee came from the coffee area at Wegman's grocery store. It was called Xmas Cookie Coffee. (Yes, I could have used this yesterday, but here we are.) It was covered with whipped cream and sprinkles. There was a thin, crispy cookie on top. Sugar high? Probably. Okay, definitely. This is a "cheat day" kind of beverage.

Wegman's coffee shop

#AtoZchallenge Y

See you tomorrow.

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Letter X #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter X of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

Tully's French Roast Dark EXtra Bold

Again with using a letter from somewhere in the name... Sorry, I know it's a bit of a stretch.

And, once again, I'm sharing a flavor that my pallet didn't like. It, to me, tasted like horribly burnt toast which soaked up some day old coffee, and then was put in a Kcup to be brewed. Adding creamer did not solve the issues.

How about if I talk about some other coffees? Okay.

#atozchallenge x Nitro brew coffee

Nitro cold brew coffee from Wegman's looks like a cup of Guinness. It's creamy and delicious, which I didn't expect since I'm normally not a fan of cold brew. I added a shot of Irish cream syrup to mine.

#atozchallenge x Cracker Barrel Goo Goo Cluster image

I went to the Cracker Barrel coffee tasting. I did not care for the Goo Goo Cluster. It had no sweetness. And I know what you're probably thinking, "Uhhh... it looks like sugar on sugar with some added sugar on a cloud of sugar with drizzled sugar...?" Yeah. It LOOKS like that. But, like unsweetened chocolate, it is deceptive. I'd forgive that if at least the coffee had a strong flavor, but no, it tasted like room temperature cream with a splash of coffee. 

#atozchallenge x Cracker Barrel Goo Goo Cluster drink

Looks pretty though, doesn't it?

#atozchallenge x Cracker Barrel caramel latte

So I told my server. I wasn't the first person on tasting day to experience this issue. She brought me a FREE caramel one instead. Ooohhh yes, this was the good stuff. My flavor profile was pleased. It would be better if the coffee was hotter, but that might just be me. 

#atozchallenge x mms

In another post earlier this month (Letter M #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme #MadeWithM), I mentioned that I hadn't found the current coffee flavor to try. I've since resolved that issue. Crunchy Espresso M&M's taste, well, exactly like the peanut coffee ones, but without the peanut. It's not as strong as chocolate covered coffee beans (which I'm a big fan of), but it's a fun candy. I'd rather drink a cup of coffee, but that's me.

#atozchallenge x Coffee

My flavor profile is E or F. If I'm at D, it's because I don't like the coffee. If I'm all the way at C, I don't like the coffee at all and am only drinking it out of desperation for caffeine. If I'm at B, all the whipped cream has melted into my latte or something. As far as A, that means I've time traveled back to when I was seven years old and my Aunt Fluffy would allow me milk with a taste of coffee. 

#atozchallenge x

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Letter W #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter W of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

Newman's Own Special Blend (Extra Bold)

Yes, it's a bit of a stretch. But I don't know any countries that start with the letter W. Washington state has Seattle, which is a city with a lot of coffee shop culture. Anyway, this is as close as I'm getting right now.

By itself, this seemed too bitter for my flavor pallet. I added cream, and it improved the situation. However, I wouldn't get this one again.

#atozchallenge W

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Letter V #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter _ of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

Folgers Vanilla Biscotti.

For my flavor profile, this was a fail. Normally I'm a big fan of Folgers. But not this time. It was far to weak, and creamer made it worse. It was more like a coffee flavored beverage than coffee.

#atozchallenge V

Monday, April 23, 2018

Letter U #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter U of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

You'd think I'd have found coffee from:
  • Uganda. (They grow coffee.)
  • Ukraine. (Kiev loves coffee.)
  • United Arab Emirates. (Dubai could have had some "qahwah", the ancient Arabic word for coffee.)
  • United Kingdom. (Read A History of the World in 6 Glasses before you judge.)
  • Uruguay. (Maybe it would have been from Argentina.)
  • Uzbekistan. (They have some shops.)

But no. So I'm stretching it today.

Caribou Blend, Medium Roast

My flavor profile found this to just be okay. Not bad, not great. Average.

#atozchallenge U

Letter T #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter T of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

Gloria Jean's Butter Toffee Flavored Coffee. Here's the thing...

I love toffee. I am all about toffee candies and treats. And Gloria Jean's was my favorite coffee shop when I lived in Philadelphia. So putting these two favorites together perhaps gave me high expectations.

I was met with disappointment. The coffee proved too weak for my flavor profile. I tried adding creamer. Normally adding creamer to a weak coffee makes it worse. In this case, it improved the situation. Still, this isn't a flavor I'd buy again.

#atozchallenge T

Friday, April 20, 2018

Letter S #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter S of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

Green Mountain Southern Pecan.

For my flavor profile, this was decent. It tasted nothing like a pecan pie, which perhaps explains my disappointment. Closer to a pecan that has been slightly burnt, that's how I'd describe this taste. Creamer helps.

#atozchallenge S

Letter R #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter R of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

Psst... you know what's kind of special? I'm the guest blogger on the A to Z page today.
R is for Ripples #AtoZChallenge

Van Houtte Cafe Raspberry Chocolate Truffle. For my taste profile, this is a fantastic choice. There's a hint of acidic taste, but it's mostly smooth. Creamer takes it over the top. Smells like dessert.

#atozchallenge r

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Letter Q #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter Q of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

Grove Square Cappuccino, Hazelnut

How is that a Q? Well, uh, there's a Q in the word SQUARE, and, umm...

Just drink the cappuccino and stop thinking so much!

Is it as good as going to an actual coffee house and having someone brew it fresh? No. But you know how that cappuccino tastes three minutes later? (Unless you like having your mouth scalded...) That. That is how this tastes. So maybe not the first sips of the "real thing," but those last ten sips. 

Letter P #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter P of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

Crazy Cups Flavored Coffee Seasonal Pina Colada

Fantastic scent! Tastes good with or without creamer. Low on acid, high on tropical party in your mouth.

If it's caught in your head, listen to the whole thing. It's the only escape from ♬Escape๐ŸŽ.

Monday, April 16, 2018

Letter O #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter O of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

Marley Coffee, One Love, 100% Organic Ethiopia Yirgacheffe, Medium Roast

This was pretty good coffee. Is it my "one love"? Well, not exactly. But still, it was pretty good. Adding creamer watered it down too much. So I'd suggest, if your flavor profile is similar to mine, that you drink it black.

See you tomorrow!

Letter O #atozchallenge

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Letter N #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter N of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

Green Mountain Coffee Nantucket Blend.

I found this to be an average coffee, for my personal taste profile. Not especially good (I wouldn't buy it again), not especially bad (I wouldn't turn down a cup if it were the only option), just average. Creamer did nothing to improve or worsen the taste.

Tune in tomorrow for another flavor.

Is the Government Lying to the Bankrupt and Why

Multiple people I know have had to declare bankruptcy this year. Health care costs and reduced income are the biggest reasons.

If you have never had to declare, good for you. But if you're an American, you pay taxes, and some of those tax dollars goes toward this.

There is now a requirement that people take a course before and after. Your government REQUIRES they do this.

At first, I thought it sounded like a good idea. It sounds like something that could help people.

Then I witnessed it. One of the bankrupt people I know doesn't have a computer or Internet, so he came over to use mine.

The before stuff made sense. It is designed to help people make a budget. Figure out if they'll be able to deal with bills and such after bankruptcy. Very logical, mathematical, and sensible. Good information.

But then there's the after course. The person using my computer opted for the less expensive written version. So I saw this, written in black and white. I didn't mishear a video.

There is a section that, not subtly, suggests the reason people go bankrupt is because they aren't investing properly. Okay, I can see that as a possibility. But then it says that people should take $100 and invest it. Not easy, but okay, it's a round number. Then it shows how that starting $100, at a 10.5% interest rate, will grow over the years. And the idea is you keep adding every week.


It starts with ONLY $100.

With ONLY $100, invest it somewhere that is guaranteed to earn 10.5% minimum interest rate for the next decade.


Giving it the benefit of the doubt (my massive, massive, insanely over sized doubt), I began researching. That percentage rate is available in a bank in Vietnam, but you have to be a citizen and meet other requirements, and a bank in Argentina, but you need a MUCH larger deposit, way more zeros.

I've taken a few classes on money management and investing. (One from The University of Geneva.) So I had an idea of what I was looking for, but I couldn't find anything.

After several hours of searching, I decided to see if someone in the finance field knows:

Question on @Quora: What has a guaranteed minimum 10.5% interest rate with only $100 starting investment?

You should check out some of the answers. But, basically, the replies are a unanimous no. I think some of the people wondered if I was living in fantasy land.

But if you don't put $100 somewhere that makes 10.5% interest, ... bankruptcy.

If you were doing that, you'd be able to afford cancer treatments and expensive drugs because you could live off the interest.

Did that sound mean? Did that sound condescending and insensitive?

Guess where I got it from.

Look up information on the course. It isn't from the 1950's or something. This just came out. It isn't old information.

What should be a useful class has turned out to be victim blaming. It suggests that YOUR PROBLEM is that you haven't done something which is currently not in existence. I'm not okay with that.

There should be real solutions. If the course wants to suggest this $100 opener getting 10.5%, there should be a "click here to use this magic unicorn bank to grow your funds!" No one has to use it, but at least bankrupt people would have an opportunity to use the imaginary plan. As it is, they go out to a regular bank and discover that less than 1% interest is all that's available. So they aren't going to invest. That's how the problem gets worse. 

As people tend to feel shame when it comes to bankruptcy, no one is talking about this. People are just out there feeling guilty that they can't find a 10.5% interest rate investment. So, today, on this little blog, I've shared the reality with you.

Please don't blame yourself if you take $100 around America looking for a place with a 10.5% interest rate to invest it and can't find anywhere.

But hey, if you do, let me know!

Friday, April 13, 2018

Letter M #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme #MadeWithM

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter M of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

From my Instagram

Ah yes, Coffee Nut M&Ms. I was so excited when my friend finally found these so I could try them.

Now I have to find the new espresso flavor!

In the meantime, I have an M coffee to blog about.

Chock Full o'Nuts Midtown Manhattan Coffee.

I found this to be pretty good. Strong, only slightly acidic. Creamer did not alter the taste too much. I'd recommend it. Not my very favorite, but in the top 10. It tastes the way coffee scented candles normally smell, if that makes sense.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Letter L #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme at Crystal Lake with the Voorhees family for Friday the Thirteenth

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome, Campers!
It's letter L day here at CAMP CRYSTAL LAKE!
We're excited to bring you this brew as part of the Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

There's a rumor that this Lake and Lodge by Green Mountain is the very coffee drank by Pamela Voorhees!
It's probably not true. Then again, her son Jason seems to be brewing up something other than trouble.

Letter L #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme at Crystal Lake with the Voorhees family for Friday the Thirteenth

Nice work.
Dude, is that goalie pissed about something?
It's certainly not the velvety smooth texture of this coffee!
Straight up delicious, with or without creamer. Excellent aroma. A favorite around here.

Letter L #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme at Crystal Lake with the Voorhees family for Friday the Thirteenth

The only person we know who doesn't enjoy this brew is Roy Burns.
He likes his coffee to sit around for hours, getting all thick acidic. Then he pretends that someone else made it.
Take credit for your own work, Roy!

Mr. F. Krueger is out to destroy the whole Keurig empire. He says it's because people need to sleep.
We think it's just the similarity between names.

Until next time, campers! And remember to stay out of the water if you can't swim.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Letter K #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter K of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

I struggled with this. "Surely I must have tried a Kona blend!" But no, none were on my K-cup list.

And then the obvious answer hit me.

Keurig B70 Platinum Brewing System

Oh look, THERE'S the letter K!

I realized I could use K day to tell you which brewer I'm using. It goes well with the discussion from yesterday about how certain pots (Shocky) can alter the taste of coffee.

I use to work at an ad agency that had terrible coffee. My boss insisted I dump out the pot at the end of each day, and fill it with this blue liquid which was to soak overnight. Then rinse in the morning and make a new pot. We wasted a lot of coffee because that stuff was I'd call a "desperate brew." Something only to be drank if you had no other caffeine options.

There was no Keurig single cup brewing system back then.

For better or for worse, I drink a lot more coffee and hot tea than I did before I owned this. "Brew an entire pot? All for myself?" It's a commitment thing. Because, see, I feel bad then if I don't drink it. But sometimes I really do just want one cup. That's it. I'm good. And I love that this machine gives me that option.

If I want a second cup, no problem. Just toss in another pod and wait for a minute. Sites that say it takes 4 minutes to brew a cup are counting "boot up" time. I keep my maker on a timer so it's turned on during my normal beverage-brewing hours. And yes, it takes only one minute to make one cup. The only thing I need to wash afterward is my cup.

(Yes, the tank and the overflow stand and the inside cup part get washed from time to time as well, but I don't need to clean them every day/ every 8 cups. Unlike my old coffee maker.)

There are lots of single-cup brewers out there. I have this one because it was from an award catalog my husband got from work. "Pick out your anniversary present, dear," he said to me. So I did. And we've had many happy years together. (The we meaning either my Keurig and I or my husband and I. LOL.)

With my hubby at Starbucks

See you tomorrow!

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Letter J #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter J of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.

Today is about JET FUEL by Coffee People.

This hard to find beverage ( ) is for when you REALLY need caffeine. It is strong. So strong. Creamer is almost imperative to protect your stomach wall.

I would not suggest going into this for the taste. It's fine if you want to experience some World War II shocky coffee pot crazy strength goodness. If you just don't want to sleep, this is the one to pick.

How I Met Your Mother

See you tomorrow!

Letter I #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme

#AtoZchallenge 2018

Welcome to letter I of my Coffee Themed blogging from A to Z challenge 2018 offering.
There should be island music playing. Hang on.

There! That's better. Please enjoy the tunes and relax while I'll share this beverage with you.

Green Mountain Island Coconut. The scent of this coffee transports me to a happy place.

Letter I #AtoZchallenge Creepy unlit bathroom curtain

No! Not there! 
That's my bathroom, where the light went out while I was bathing. (But yes, I do have palm trees on my shower curtain.) On the same day that the wi-fi went out half a dozen times (which is the main reason this is late), and on a day when I've hurt my shoulder and feel sick. Today was not awesome.

So I'm glad it's I day, and I am not only writing this post, but re taste-testing this beverage. FOR YOU, my reader. I'm making this sacrifice for you.

๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜™ (We need a sarcasm emoji.)

Letter I #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme Island Coconut Keurig

Ah, here we go. The good stuff! Pod loaded up, ready to please me.

Letter I #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme Island Coconut brewing

I wish you could smell this. Listen, if you're one of those non-coffee drinking types (and yet, somehow, visiting me during A to Z), but you want the aroma to fill your home -- GET THIS ONE. It's like drinking coffee on a tropical island. The scent of it brewing could probably cleanse a home of demons. I don't know that for sure, but Sam and Dean are always welcome to drive the Impala over here and test the theory. Ha ha. ๐Ÿ‘ป

Letter I #AtoZchallenge Coffee Theme Island Coconut

If you're thinking, "that doesn't look very dark," you're right. As you may have figured out by now, my flavor profile usually hits the strong, dark, heavy notes. But this one is an exception. Yes, it tastes like decaf (you either understand that or you don't, but I'm uninterested in the argument), but I like it anyway. Probably because I have a thing for coconut. 

I'm not especially thrilled with cold or iced coffee (you charge extra money for ice cubes to water down my beverage... uh, thanks... ๐Ÿ˜’), but offer some coconut milk in there, and suddenly I'm willing to wait in line and pay extra. No one said this was logical! Just give me the coconuts and no one gets hurt.


I still have half a cup of this yummy beverage to down, so I'm gonna go enjoy that now. See you later!

#atozchallenge I