Coffee Shop Withdrawal

28 Mar

Just as I’d gotten addicted accustom to spending time in cute little coffee houses drinking creamy flavored caffeine concoctions, I developed terrible heartburn. You guessed it, I gave up coffee. The problem was, I found that I not only missed the rush of energy coffee provided, I also missed the ambiance. I missed the old comfy chairs, the mismatched mugs, the quiet music, the freedom to sit around for hours typing away. So today I decided I was taking my coffee house life back… minus the coffee. Ah, sweet reunion. Now I’m looking forward to finding new little out of the way establishments again, lovely independently owned cafes with unique names tucked away in local communities. And I promise to keep my coffee consumption down to one latte (hey that’s half milk) a week, they do make other drinks, right?

Here’s a picture of one of my favorite little cafes. Just so happens to be in the neighborhood too, so I frequent the Alreddy Cafe quite often. wpid-photo-201411022246192


So tell me, what’s your favorite coffee emporium?



5 Responses to “Coffee Shop Withdrawal”

  1. Patricia Tilton March 29, 2016 at 3:58 PM #

    Looks like a lovely coffee shop. Nice place to write in a corner. I don’t drink anything with caffeine in it, so I don’t have a favorite little shop.

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  2. jheitman22 March 28, 2016 at 10:48 PM #

    You scared me there for a minute, going cold turkey from both coffee AND coffee shops! Glad to see you found a way to work it out.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Juliana Lee March 28, 2016 at 11:11 PM #

      It was a lot easier this winter when I was holed up under my blankie. But I’m ready to hit the road again! 🙂


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