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#JusJoJan 2018, the 9th – Coffee


It’s quite obvious I didn’t get enough today.

Not that I go there often anymoreaddi since I don’t get out much, but there was a boycott of sorts today of Tim Horton’s here in Canada. Something to do with the raise of minimum wage and them not wanting to pay for breaks or something. I don’t know. I love Tim’s, but I didn’t go there today. I wouldn’t have, anyway.

Honestly, I wish I could survive on coffee alone. But too much of it upsets my stomach, and I’m not sure it doesn’t mess with my sleep, too, if I drink it later in the evening.

However, if you’re buying, I take it with double cream, no sugar …

This post was brought to you by Just Jot it January, and in particular, prompted by the word, “coffee,” provided by Barbara! Thank you so much, Barbara! You can find her JusJoJan post by clicking right here. Please go and say hi! To participate in the prompt, please visit this post, where you’ll find the rules and you can leave your link in the comments.

Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

10 thoughts on “#JusJoJan 2018, the 9th – Coffee

  1. Thanks for writing to the prompt word, ‘coffee’! Also, for giving us a chance to submit a prompt word of the day! It’s fun, this January challenge. 🙂


  2. I’m not much of a coffee drinker. I drink hot tea in the morning and ice tea all day. I only drink coffee at work (offshore), just because it’s already there. I have to use lots of sweetner and cream with it.


  3. Try decaf at night. It won’t keep you up.


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  5. Now, I could make you a great cup… I just wouldn’t be able to drink it with you! Bleurgh!


  6. I don’t know anything about boycotts, but I do love a nice Tim Hortons breakfast when I get to Canada. The “Timbits” are delightful, and they go best with a nice little cup of TH coffee.


  7. If I ever drink it–black. Unless it is ‘fluffy’ iced. But both types give me headaches, hurt my tummy and make me shake. I can drink tea all day and none of those symptoms.


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