Crazy for Starbucks

Ok. So I’m meeting Frances at 9 AM. We’re going to do my grocery shopping.

But first, I gotta get Starbucks.

I need my Starbucks fix.

I haven’t had it in a couple of weeks, so today I’m going to get either a cold brew coffee, a caramel macchiato, or a mocha.

What do you all think I should get?

Since I’ve had a sleepless night, I’ll need coffee to get through the morning in one piece.

You all know how much I love Starbucks!

I’m a bit of a coffee snob! I don’t mind paying expensive prices for it!

Its good stuff!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

4 thoughts on “Crazy for Starbucks”

  1. I never used to drink much coffee but at the moment I need at least one a day. We Buy ours from the Brewely online shop and make it in a cafetiere. It’s delicious with pepper &Tumeric. Andy has his with chilli and I with cinnamon. Which coffee did you get?


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