- May 19, 2008
- St. Louis, Missouri
What a harrowing experience! I feel your pain and anxiety.Ok, the coffee situation was getting dire.... So i hitched up the beagle and headed to Costco. They open for old farts at 8AM giving us a head start on the young-ins...
The had lots of TP but i didn't need TP so off the the coffee isle. Lots of coffee beans, but no ground.. and you can't use their grinder due to the virus..... So no problem i'll go over to the kitchen appliance isle and buy a coffee grinder, ( mine ended up in the lab, and i don't want it back...) NO Grinders... Coffee Beans but no ground. I feel like i am in the twilight zone...
But then i remembered that some fine person stated that Keurig pod makers came with a basket so one does not need to feel guilty about the pods. So I bought a Keurig and a hundred pods.... Ok i can survive the apocalypse....
alexis and Georgie Beagle
"Coffee is not a matter of life and death.... It is more important than that." - Georgie Beagle
At a cup a day, it takes me so long to go through beans, that I use to buy them 1/2 pound at a time.What a harrowing experience! I feel your pain and anxiety.
Fortunately my wife keeps us well stocked and I get four pounds of beans delivered every three months from Zabars.