I’m so excited because I am prepping for our first house guests. My mother in law, and her boyfriend are coming to visit us in our new home. Once friends find out you are staying in a destination/ tourist area, they all start lining up to visit, and I couldn’t welcome that more. I have been prepping the house to be more like a bed and breakfast, since I want our guests to feel special.
On one such trip to the local Bed Bath & Beyond, I was getting a few items for the guest room, and a Keurig marketer stopped me to ask me if I wanted a free cup of coffee. Did you say free? “Of course I’ll take something free,” said the self proclaimed frugal diva. 🙂 I chatted with her at first pretending to care about the Keurig spiel, nodding and thinking in my head that they placed her there to smooth over the bad PR from their new Keurigs that only brew actual K cups. However, while my inner dialogue progressed, I did begin to consider for the first time in my life, purchasing a Keurig.
I chose a chai latte as my free cup flavor, and since that particular flavor could not be found in regular coffee, or mixes at the grocery store, this may have had some bearing on my decision making process too. That chai latte was mighty tasty.