years Mom told us she could stop smoking but she did not believe it
would kill her. After many many years she was put on Oxygen because of
it. She quit smoking but it was way too late. For 2 1/2 years (the end
of her days) I watched her drift away from me. The cancer she had from
smoking taking a small bit of Mom from me every single day. In the end,
the last few months, it was so hard just to see her. It was not the
person I knew and in the end she did not know me. At the start of this
she was full of life and a healthy size. Then at death she was 80lbs. It
took so long and life was so hard for her for years. I am not telling
you what to do. I am just telling you what happened to someone I loved
more than my own life.
So got the Co-op Gold Dark Roast Coffee this time. I am loving the living hell out of this stuff. OMG this is better than the Nabob. I'm kind of sure 75% of people who like Nabob won't say the same, but for me YUM.
It's rich and dark and a hint of burnt in the background of it but it's not unpleasant at all. It is more bitter though and the taste lingers in your mouth for some time after you swallow (I like that as well).
A large container lasts me an entire month and there is slightly more in it than the name brand as well. It is $8 less a container exactly than Nabob so this is a bonus for people like me on a budget.
Yes you can get coffee for actually much less money than this, but it will NOT be half as good as this. The regular coffee I got last month was also very good but did not have nearly the body and smell this one does.
It seems to have more of a kick than the Nabob Full City Dark Roast as well - so I like that. The regular has more kick than the dark roast (as…
This is where my drain was after the operation I had. Will be interesting to see on the 22nd is the hole it still open. It's not big really but big enough it might still be open and in need of a dressing of some kind. There is no blood at all on the wound it's self - so I assume it's going to be fine on the 22nd when the staples come out. The most excitment I had all day was going to the 11th floor and looking out the window to see the smoke of a garage fire a number of blocks away.