Thursday, June 07, 2007

Thursday Thirteen 06/07/07


Thirteen Things I Love About Starbucks

1. Grande decaf peppermint mocha.
2. Tall Green Tea blended creme.
3. Venti iced green tea with splenda.
4. Tall Strawberries n creme.
5. Low fat blueberry cake.
6. Cool little dishes, cups, and mugs they have for sale.
7. Free samples of new menu items.
8. Drive-thru! (I can go there in my pjs)
9. Reading in their comfy chairs.
10. Can pick up the new Artvoice (local art newspaper).
11. Can buy cds of cool artists.
12. Hanging out with friends or family.
13. Looking for a new "The Way I See It #" on the cup.



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10 comments:

Cindy Swanson said...

Ah yes, Starbucks is one of the joys of life! Great list. Stop by mine when you get a moment.

The Rock Chick said...

I used to like Starbucks until someone told me to try Dunkin' Donuts coffee!!! It's great!!!!! But, I agree, Starbucks has WAY cooler stuff to buy! :)

Happy TT
Jessica The Rock Chick

FalnAngel7 said...

I rarely drink coffee, but when I do it usually is from Starbuck's. I'm a new TT participant so I'll probably see ya around :)

Amy said...

Mmm...hot caramel apple cider or hazlenut steamers...worth the money every time!

ancsweetnsassygal said...

There is not a Starbucks in my local small Mayberry town. I don't drink coffee, but I love other hot drinks. If there was one nearby, I'd be there too often. Great TT. Happy Friday!

Princess Extraordinaire said...

Love Starbucks adn always have my caramel macciato with splenda!

Crimson Wife said...

I'm more of a Peet's girl myself, but I do love my coffee drinks! Check out #1 on my TT for proof ;-)

Lara Croft said...

I will have to show this list to my daughter who is a Starbuck's fanatic! Take Care - LC

Lara Croft said...

What a cool idea about "Bridges of Madison County". I think that would have been an awesome book too. Thanks for coming by - LC

Jeannine said...

Wish we had one here in Germany!