May 29, 2009

I Love You More Than Coffee

I may have said it, but even then it was a lie. You want to know why? Because you don’t crawl out of bed in the morning jumping like a Mexican bean to wake me up and make me happy. No, only an Arabica bean can do that.

This doesn’t mean that I love you any less. This means that I really really really really really really really really really really resent that my coffee maker isn’t working. It is long gone. Dead and gone. And there were some tears when I walked up to the machine and flipped the button. The red button glowed letting me know that my bliss would soon be here. I made the mistake of walking away and when I came back? Nothing had happen! Had I forgotten the water again? Nope. Glowing red light? Check. Coffee grounds? Check. I shake the machine a little. Nothing happens. I tap it. Nothing. I ever so gently bang it against the counter like the caffeine crazed woman I am. Still no coffee.

This was days ago. Days and days ago.

And now….
I can only think of one thing.



So, What do I want to do about this? REEEEEEEEEEEAD!!!!!!!!

I DO NOT HAVE A PROBLEM!!!

(No beans, Mexican or coffee were injured during the making of this blog post. Please contact me to donate to my cause!!)

savesave

3 comments:

  1. Love it, you crazed woman! Especially the hyped-up READ (! x537)

    I remember when I was in North Carolina and went without coffee for maybe two days. I begged & begged for my dad to buy me coffee at some restaurant or shady gas station. Luckily for me, my dad is just as much of a coffee addict as I am and caved under the pressure.

    And that was two days. How are the headaches?

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  2. Been doing okay. Not too bad in the head area, well besides the standard disruptions! *wink*

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  3. Hi, Megan! I found your link on the Andi lit blog. I read this post and felt your pain. Please know that you're in my thoughts and prayers. ;D

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