This always happens when I blog before I’ve had coffee!
I spelt Anne’s surname incorrectly when I first posted her guest blog – in fact I realised just as the blog was going online, and tried to stop it, but WordPress can be resolute.
So I quickly corrected it – (Maddock, not Maddox) – and my apologies to her.
Now I’m off to have my double espresso, and make Jennifer laugh.
Should be easy this morning, I’m such a moron…
Join the club Bill! I can’t even get out of bed without a cup of tea! Thanks to my wonderfully kind and long-suffering husband Steve for making it!
On the Camino I had to have a minimum of two coffees before I could see where I was going!
You said it! The cafe con leches are the pilgrims’ gasoline !
Cheers – Jenny
Bill, no problem. Apology not required.
I have my daily coffee before I go to work as I am not sure when the next opportunity will arise. It gets me going. The time seems to get swallowed up with 101 other demands once I walk into the office.
My staff know, however, that if I am having a coffee at 4.00 p.m. it is a good idea to give me a wide berth as it is an indicator of the day I have had!!
Jenny, I am so looking forward to my first cafe con leche. It will no doubt be a precious memory for an avid coffee drinker [ we included a built in coffee machine in our kitchen reno a couple of years ago.]
I once read a great quote: “Life is too short to drink instant coffee!” I so agree.