Friday Five (on a Saturday)

Taking my inspiration from Retro Chick, I’m going to post my answers to a Friday Five.

I am aware it’s Saturday.

I wasn’t enamoured with the questions posted this week, so I’ve gone back a few weeks to get some I’d like to answer a bit more.

 

1. How do you like your coffee?

As a teacher I survive on coffee. I like it black, or with milk, sometimes with sugar. I’m happy with filter coffee, or fancy stuff from an artisan brewer. I’m not fussed on instant, but if it has caffeine in it, I’ll probably drink it.

The music department as a whole runs on coffee, so much so that the whole corridor smells of coffee in the mornings.

2. How do you like your tea?

Ok. I’m going to admit something big here.

I’m a bad Irish person. I’m a bad British person. I don’t like English Breakfast Tea, builder’s brew… basically any tea one would normally add milk to.

I do like Earl Grey. Black.

3. What’s your favourite late night beverage?

Define late night? The last thing I drink before going to bed is water, but I don’t think that’s quite what they mean.

4. If you could only drink one thing for the next week, what would it be?

 

Alcoholic? Gin and Tonic. No question about it. (If you’re at any doubt as to whether I like gin, just check out my Instagram).

5. If you were on vacation, what would be the first thing you’d drink to celebrate?

Who needs to be on holiday to have a drink to celebrate?

We’d have champagne. Or Gin.

Here’s a photo of the scene that greeted us in Gleneagles on our honeymoon. Champagne and strawberries is always a winner.

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Miss Bea x

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