#WeekendCoffeeShare: Rum & French Toast


If we were having coffee, I would tell you . . .
– It’s the 7th anniversary with the boyfriend. He bought me some rum. I bought him bacon. It’s probably why we have made it this long.
-The pipes froze. Again.

This is what it looked like at sunrise today.
– I’m still working midnights. I will probably never love my job. It’s a means to an end.
– I may have farted in someone’s general direction. She has really bad body odor and attention-seeking behavior. There could be a connection. Anyway, I did not feel bad about the gas. I’m just trying to survive the body odor and the fact that i have to wear an ugly apron and safety goggles.
-If the pipes don’t unfreeze, I will also have an issue with body odor. Not to mention the gas issue.
-I bought some Dunkin Donuts coffee creamer. Caramel. Mmmm. Hoping it’s good.
-My mom is back from vacation. There will be a trip to see her soon.
-What are you doing!?


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9 responses to “#WeekendCoffeeShare: Rum & French Toast”

  1. hahahah…Can’t help laughing at the farts and the anniversary gifts, though I do hope you’re able to get those pipes unfrozen soon!

    1. Me too!!! Lucas is at home improvement store as we speak!

  2. Last year I had frozen pipes – it’s never fun. For this latest cold snap I made sure there was water running in every sink.

    1. We will be doing that also. Not having water stinks.

  3. Your Valentine’s Day was much more romantic than ours. Something about 2 kids and several tired years together makes things like smelly farts foreplay.
    Wow, I just wrote that.
    But yes, I hear you on the job, the toots and the frozen pipes (though the memory is 20 years removed). May you have water soon, and may the water in his eyes be from looking at his lady love, and not from the stanky booty trumpets.
    Yes, I just wrote that too.

  4. I’m afraid all this frozen pipes business is totally beyond my comprehension living in Sydney, Australia. You could fry eggs on the bonnet at the moment. So hot!
    Hope work picks up.
    xx Rowena

    1. Yes. Pipes freeze = no water. Also, pipes could burst = water everywhere. Gallons & gallons.
      I miss summer so much!

      1. Thanks for explaining that Holley. I know it probably sounds like stating the blatantly obvious but we don’t get much in the way of snow or ice in Australia and being Summer, it’s even harder to envisage.
        Burst pipes, especially in Winter sounds like an absolute nightmare! Good luck with it all! xx Rowena

      2. Thanks! 🙂 we did get water back. 🙂 Yay!

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