And the Painful Truth Shall Set You Free!

John and I both had splitting headaches all day.

Kids seemed fine, but we felt awful. I was worried we’d been exposed to something and were coming down sick.

On top of that, the last two days I just haven’t been able to get going in the morning as well.  John felt the same.  I kept thinking today, what’s wrong with me? I can’t get focused like usual.

Well, with a howl from John tonight, we discovered why.

My emergency run to the store for coffee Saturday night (because there was no way I wanted to do without coffee Sunday morning) was not as fruitful as I thought.  I accidentally grabbed decaf……!



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6 responses to “And the Painful Truth Shall Set You Free!

  1. Oh no! How funny is that. Hope you get some good coffee today.

  2. Aw, that’s the saddest story ever. 🙂 I’ve tried to give up coffee in the past and as a result have decided for sure that coffee is a wonderful, enjoyable must-have in my life!

    • Hahahahaaaa….! 😀 Yep, reminds me of a Dexter cartoon when the kids decided to try this mysterious drink the parents always had. They drank up all the coffee, as it were, and the parents could barely move or go about their daily activities. The mom said something like, “You kids don’t understand, you have your youth and your strength. But we need coffee…”

  3. There must be something about two cup a day coffee drinkers. I work in the evening and have two cups before I got to work and usually two cups on my days off. If I have less I am no good if I have more I am worse. About 6 years ago I was off of coffee altogether and to be able to do that again I think I would need professional help or at least two weeks in isolated in a room away from my family or anyone else. Are there coffee rehab centers?

    • LOL! I don’t know. Do you really want to find one? 😀 I know what you mean about just 2 cups. Oddly, when I studied special education way back, we learned that coffee can actually have the opposite effect if you drink too much. And that it could be useful in calming down hyperactive children. Just enough is just right.

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