Posted October 03, 2018 11:04:06 I had no idea how I would react to someone asking me what I thought about coffee.
I’d been on the internet a few times and was familiar with the “You’re so cute” reaction, and it struck me that you were the only one I’d ever felt confident talking to.
When I told my friend I was a coffee lover, she said she’d been thinking about the whole coffee thing all day, and that she’d heard the same thing about me from friends.
When she saw me she said, “You must be one of the few people I talk to about coffee.”
When I tried to explain that coffee was not my cup of tea, she was aghast.
“You don’t drink coffee, you drink tea?” she said.
“I’m a coffee fan,” I told her.
She said, with a laugh, “No, you’re not.”
I said, in a matter-of-fact voice, “I don’t even like tea.
I like coffee.”
Then I asked her if she’d noticed that I was more relaxed when I was talking about coffee than when I wasn’t.
She said she hadn’t.
I told the story to her.
She went silent, as if I’d said something rude.
But then I asked, “Have you noticed that you’re a bit more relaxed in conversation with me about coffee?”
She nodded, then smiled.
It was a relief to know that coffee is an important part of my daily life.
As a teenager I’d been in love with coffee.
I’d wanted to be a coffee maker since I was six years old, and had always been a fan of coffee makers and its unique flavour and aroma.
I had always thought it was very much a pleasure to have a cup of coffee, but I’d always wanted to try it myself.
I thought it would be fun to have it on my desk, but there was a feeling that there was no real way to do it.
I was in my early twenties, but it was the year I started drinking tea and I was also beginning to drink coffee.
So, with the support of my friend, I decided to try coffee again, and I found that the coffee was much more enjoyable than I’d expected.
When we met at a coffee shop, I said I was excited about coffee, and she was, too.
We talked about the challenges of trying coffee on your own, the benefits of making it yourself, and why it wasn’t always so easy to find coffee.
When the conversation moved to tea, I asked if she thought I could make a cup with tea and coffee.
She was thrilled, and said she could make her own tea, but that she was looking for a friend to help her make it.
I was surprised.
I told her that I didn’t have a friend with tea skills and would be more than happy to make tea for her, but she seemed disappointed that I’d asked her to help me.
I asked how she would help me, and we talked for a bit about the process.
She started by using a cup that was about two feet tall and a foot wide.
It had an opening for the lid, and a piece of wood on the outside that was connected to the lid.
She poured the tea into the cup, and then started to stir.
I poured some water into the water cup, then the water was poured into the tea cup.
After the water had been poured into both cups, I turned the lid over and put the cup back in the fridge to chill.
The tea was ready to be stirred.
I started by making a tea-infused coffee.
This was a lot like a coffee cake, except that instead of a cake of tea leaves, it was made from a mixture of white sugar, honey, and milk.
The sugar and honey made the tea taste a little sweeter, but the milk made it a little creamy and tasted really good.
The milk was poured over the top of the tea, then it was poured back into the fridge.
I took a sip of the coffee, which was delicious.
Then I started to make a coffee with a spoon.
The coffee was delicious too, and the spoon made a wonderful cup.
I liked the way it tasted.
I started by adding a little water, then added more water and the coffee began to bubble.
I then added a little more milk to make the tea go more full.
After a few minutes, I added a bit of sugar and the tea was still delicious, but not as rich as it would have been with a more concentrated drink.
I enjoyed the coffee so much that I thought I might drink another one.
After another sip, I began to add water, and after another sip I added another cup of milk