Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Happiness is...


... a pumpkin spice latte and a good book.

18 comments:

  1. Change mine to vanilla and I'm right there with you!

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  2. I'll take an Americano or, if I'm feeling risky, a Mocha Coconut Latte. And that book is incredible!

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  3. There were two people in front of me at Starbucks and they both ordered pumpkin spice latte. I ordered ice green tea, it was warm this afternoon!

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  4. mmmmm, absolutely agreed.

    Hope you enjoy The Bluest Eye. It's been about 10 years since I read it but I love Morrison's writing.

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  5. The Blues Eye was my favorite Toni Morrison book. I like pumpkin flavored coffee, but not a latte fan for some reason.

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  6. Reading blogs whilst at work is not good - it really makes me wish to be elsewhere... Right now for me happiness would be on my sofa, with a cup of tea and Warmth. Roll on this evening!

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  7. Just looking at this photo made me happy ;)

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  8. I was thinking the exact same earlier :D Only in my case it was a chai latte :P

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  9. Softdrink - Ha Ha, no vanilla for me :-)

    Natalie - Mocha Coconut Latte??? Think I'll have to go back tomorrow.

    Nise' - I like green tea, too. It was a little warm here yesterday too, but I couldn't wait any longer for my first pumpkin spice latte.

    DS - It was... and I did! :-)

    Audrey - Happy Fall to you, too!

    Trish - I am now officially in awe of Morrison!

    Reviewsbylola - Me, too! It's a sure sign of fall.

    Diane - I'm going to have to try the pumpkin flavored coffee!

    Joan Hunter Dunn - I'm sure it's evening there by now... have a good one :-)

    Ti - Aww, I'm glad!

    Nymeth - I'd be happy with a chai latte, too!

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  10. Now that is my type of photo depicted a great way to spend an afternoon!

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  11. I'm more of an Americano type of gal, but I'm going to treat myself to a pumpkin latte this morning since everyone seems to rave about them.

    I read The Bluest Eye about a dozen years ago and didn't care too much for it. However, I loved Beloved! Amazing book. Other than that, Toni Morrison is one author I avoid. I gave up on her after struggling through half of Paradise. UGH!

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  12. I'm right with you but I'll take a double espresso.

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  13. Staci - It definitely was!

    Les -Despite staring Beloved (twice), I've yet to read a Morrison novel. For some reason, I've been avoiding her, too. Still not finished, but it seems to be going better this time. Hoping that continues.

    Carolsnotebook - :-)

    everybookandcranny - Hoping for another 'coffee break' this week.

    Beth F - Double espresso and I wouldn't be able to sit, much less read. I'd be ready for an audiobook and a run ;-)

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