The Way Its Meant to be Done

Posted May 29, 2008

If you've ever been to my house you've probably seen my coffee rig before. Here's a picture for those who haven't yet. If you can't see the coffee in the mug it's because it's not doctored (or "spoiled" as some might say).


Posted by stephen boyd at 09:13 on May 29, 2008

If by "spoiled", you mean: sugar, cream, milk, artificial flavoring, or anything else except coffee, I heartily agree.

Posted by Mike at 11:33 on May 29, 2008

My Grandad (who was raised by his share-cropper Grandparents in South GA) once went missing when he was 4. They found him coming back from the closest neighbor's house where he had gone to borrow some coffee because he was tired of going without.:) BTW, He still drinks about 8 cups a day. ~Mike

Posted by Micah Ferrill at 01:49 on May 30, 2008

That's a funny story. My next-oldest brother is a manager at Starbucks (hence all their equipment) and is reputed to have had his first taste of coffee when he was two.

Posted by Sandy Ferrill at 03:02 on May 30, 2008

Actually, that older brother had his first taste of coffee when he was about 2 MONTHS old. His mother was less-than-impressed and not at all happy with the person who shared it with him. And... your coffee-making presentation does indeed provide plenty of entertainment for anyone who might be interested.

Posted by Micah Ferrill at 04:09 on May 30, 2008

Thanks, maybe I'll record a video or something.

Posted by Mary at 12:50 on June 04, 2008

Looks great! I can almost smell it. :) I like your slide show of pictures.