There is nothing as awesome as coming back home after a long week of travel, sleeping in your own bed (didn’t matter the boys pushed me to the very edge of the bed), waking up in the morning (yep, Kumar let me sleep in and handled the drop offs), making a cup of coffee, enjoying it, albeit hurriedly, and getting ready to tackle the rest of the day.
Home, the spot of earth supremely blest, A dearer, sweeter spot than all the rest. – Robert Montgomery
He is the early riser. He wakes up much before me, wakes up the boys and gets things going for our hectic morning routine. He wakes me up at the very last minute possible to help with dropping the boys at school.
If you are wondering “What the heck do you do around the house in the morning?”, I got a very good answer for that.
My valuable contribution in the morning is making 2 hot cups of coffee and sharing, albeit hurriedly, it with him.
Since he is traveling today, I had to drag myself out of bed and help the boys get ready.
I put out two cups and started pouring coffee in them… and then paused… laughing at myself and my wacko morning neuro-muscular memory.
My morning coffee sharer is only a few 1000 miles away. And, my brain is on autopilot trying to pour his coffee.
Jokes apart….here is to all the people who make our mornings just a tad bit easier… with the little and big things they do to support us.
Here is to the Kumar-like-morning-riser in your life and to the Kumar in my life. Hug your early riser on my behalf.
Here is to this beautiful morning that we were fortunate enough to rise to.
Starbucks represents something beyond a cup of coffee. – Howard Schultz
I wake up some mornings and sit and have my coffee and look out at my beautiful garden, and I go, ‘Remember how good this is. Because you can lose it. – Jim Carrey
I am tired. You can tell from my eyes.
I had almost forgotten how much peace lies in the corner of a Starbucks coffee shop and how much of my spirit I can replenish with just half a cup of coffee.
My throat was hurting due to the cold and fever. I really needed something hot. Because I looked like crap today, I decided to shed my cool and mysterious “Agent A” persona and gave my actual name to the Starbucks barista.
Guess what happened?
Friends are the most precious. Put those precious friends together with chai and coffee and you get a killer combination.
On Friday afternoon, I was busy running errands. I stopped by to pick up Ari and his friend from my friend Shalu’s place and take them to a birthday party. To fuel me for the rest of the evening, Shalu gave me a cup filled with chai.
Today morning, I had to get up in the wee hours of the morning to accompany my gang for a video shoot on a lakefront. My buddy Venu gave me a togo cup of fresh brewed coffee..which helped tremendously with my grogginess.
I know what you are thinking – “She is such a spoilt brat”.
You are absolutely right.
Happy Weekend Y’all!