Mission: coffee

We’re out of coffee.  We ran out yesterday.  Our coffee machine is being packed away soon anyway so Mum figured that for the last few days we could just drink herbal tea instead.

This morning that didn't seem like such a good idea after all.

This morning that didn’t seem like such a good idea after all.

So we re-caffeinated ourselves at Elmers.  (OK, so Ana and I had milk but Mum and Papi are a lot more spritely with caffeine in their systems so it's in our interests too).

And we ended up at Elmers for our first breakfast of the year. (Okay, so Ana and I had milk but Mum and Papi are a lot more spritely with caffeine in their systems so it’s in our interests too).

By Rafa.

 

 

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14 Responses to “Mission: coffee”

  1. John Faris Says:

    Hmmm – interesting variation on a theme I haven’t come across before. Usually it is the parents worrying about the kids drug seeking behaviour. And usually it is people worried about taking drugs rather than not taking them. Am I missing something here?

  2. Clare Winkel Says:

    Hey Sarah, when do you guys leave town ? Damned hot here in BrisVegas.

  3. Bree @ meandmy2guys Says:

    Coffee is otherwise known as LSD. A life support device. Questions still being asked as to whether it’s your life or mine it’s supporting . Hopefully Mum and Papi found something to their liking. And have started coffee themed research on Houston.

  4. Iggy Says:

    Better make sure that the coffee machine is one the items unpacked first!

  5. Abuela Says:

    Ahaaaa!! If I hide Iggy’s tin of Nescafe, do you think I might be taken out to breakfast?

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