I’ve always had a coffee maker in the kitchen. I guess that’s one of the differences between Americans and Europeans…I don’t know of any American household without a coffee maker of some sort. Even of someone doesn’t drink it, they have one for friends who come over. Except for the single-serve or specialty machines, they’re relatively in…[Read more]
I am very religious, and believe that if something is meant to be, (if that was the will of god, if you like) then it will happen
if not, then it won’t. I don’t believe in trying to alter that kind of thing
I also believe in everything happens for a reason
so their’s that, too
apart from the fact I prefer tea, my money situation doesn’t really give me flexibility for the things I want
I need to focus more on the things I need, and a coffee maker isn’t on that list..
I wouldnt but thats because I dont/cant drink coffee..
Although I recently found out I can drink ice coffee..
Thats good because I love the smell and the taste but my stomach isnt happy about me drinking the normal hot stuff..
I think there are many goals you can work towards.
If you work hard and if things go right these goals can be achieved.
I also believe that you shouldn’t be too rigid in life and you should accept every good thing as a little triumph.
My main triumph in life is being loved and showing love, the fact that people refer to me in a loving way and…[Read more]
I most certainly do.
These are the things I’ve made come true:
It is just a shame so many people join and give up posting so quickly.
However, having you guys as my friends is wonderful. And I do also hope I am welcoming of new members. Again, though: it is a shame more people don’t stick around for all of us to get to know. I want this forum to continue throughout the years: it is a lifeline for most of us…[Read more]
Personally speaking: no. They are large, clunky and just take up too much space. AND what is wrong with the good old fashioned caffetterie? It’s quick, simple and easy to use. Plus, it takes up a fraction of the space.
I do understand someone wanting to mimic a coffee shop. But I stick with the actual coffee shop myself.
Your thoughts and preferences?
Anyone with a genuine interest in people would at least post a little even if they were nervous about fully joining in. It’s interesting and perhaps predictable that some people come here, join, make friendship requests then quickly go. Some have greater reason, business, research etc. Having worked in research in past years I am more tolerant at…[Read more]