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Old 10-20-2011, 06:34 PM   #14
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It depends on which coffee equipment is working.
I wake up and head downstairs to the kitchen table and fill a pot with water and put it on the stove.

It takes a while to boil so I usually turn on the radio and listen
to music with my head on the table because I am so tired.
The annoying pop music keeps me from falling back to sleep.

After the water has boiled I open the bright yellow and red package of El Pico coffee (cheap but good) measure a few tablespoons into a coffee press
pour in the water and about this time my 15 year old daughter is saying come on Mom I have to go NOW!!!!!!!
I sadly leave the coffee drive her to school come home wake up my son and eventually have that now not so hot cup of coffee.

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