Today’s prompt . . .
How many sugars?
Ever wondered how many times you’ve asked that in your life? I know I have many times but I’m sure anyone working in a coffee shop would say it hundreds of times a day!
None for me and, of course, I always say I’m sweet enough 🙂
I’ve met people who take up to 6 sugars in one mug . . . how many do you have?
Today’s prompt . . .
I am not a morning person!
Actually, I am but I just heard the line on an ad on TV and thought it would make a great prompt 🙂
A perfect sunny day today after more welcome rain yesterday – I love autumn 🙂
A popular stop for workers to get coffee in Bendigo and I’m sure they must get asked numerous times a day who makes the best coffee?
I stopped to post some letters, say G’day to the fellow leaning on his shovel 🙂 and took a selfie of my hands courtesy of my side mirror 🙂
Happy Fathers Day to fathers everywhere!
I woke to cold, cold frost this morning but before long the sun began to peep through the trees . . . then clouds appeared 😦
Luckily I have a little sunshine in my mug of hot coffee 🙂
Hopefully, the sun will soon win out . . . I’ve got lots of washing to do!
Where would a long trip be without it?
Home again and a little tired! I stopped several times along the way to stretch my legs but those last 200kms were a struggle. A great trip and a nice pile of mail waiting . . . thank you for the submissions and competition entries 🙂
Jasper and April gave me a rather sleepy, oh-you’re-home welcome (clearly too well looked after while I was gone!) but Bailey was much more enthusiastic. Usually, it’s the felines who fix you with that well-if-you-go-and-leave-me-I’ll-be-aloof look but I’m sure the dogs will change their tune come breakfast time!
The prim ladies from a few posts ago do let their hair/petals down on sunny days although I think they’ll be staying tighly closed today. I woke to huge thunder claps and suddenly the bedside light went on, so the power must have been out during the night. I made that all-important first mug of coffee but didn’t stop to drink it as I raced out in my pyjamas to do the outside jobs, feed the dogs and chooks and clean the dog pen before it got wet. A few heavy drops on the tin roof but it all stopped by the time I came back inside to my lukewarm caffeine . . . still, the jobs are done and with more dark clouds looming I don’t think it will be long before we get a downpour.