Why decaf? Well when I was pregnant with my first child, my doctor said that she would prefer for me to drink decaf on the occasions I did have a cup or two. I did as she asked and guess what? I can't go back to regular coffee because I kinda get the shakes and I don't like it. So decaf it is and it doesn't bother me because I don't need it to wake up. Like I said, I drink it for warmth and comfort. Coffee snobs have poked fun at me and asked me what was the point in drinking decaf if I was not going to enjoy the real stuff. Meh, whatevs. I flip my hair and say, "at least I woke up like this." I kid, I kid.
So earlier this week I found this on my desk.
My sweet co-worker surprised with my very own white chocolate mocha grande in a venti cup with extra whip. For you Starbucks virgins, did that name/description/order confuse or intimidate you a bit? It did me. The reason I rarely go into a Starbucks is because I don't know how to order the fancy schmancy one pump two stuff and much less in a venti! What?! And is mocha a type of coffee? Oy.
My co-worker had the exact same drink the day before and I told her that McDonald's decaf coffee is my jam but I have no clue how to order at Starbucks because all of that lingo is Greek to me. She told me what she was having, I said it sounded delicious, she offered me a sip and I loved it. She then told me what it was and I was like, "yeah I'm not going to remember any of that and I ain't looking like no fool in there." She laughed and wrote it down for me on a little post-it note (seen in pic above).
So tomorrow morning while my daughter is at ballet class, I'm going to walk down to the nearest Starbucks and with my big girl panties on I am going to order my very own fancy schmancy cup of joe with cheat sheet in hand. I'll throw in a hair flip too. :)