Many of you have asked where in the world I've been.

All I know is that after 7 plus years of blogging and a different lappy, which I don’t like, I seem to have lost my blogging fervor.

Someday, when you least expect it, I will post again.

For those of you still waiting I say thank you.

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Thursday, March 24, 2011



Last April I spent a little over a week in Costa Rica.

One of the special Costa Rican treats was a pot of freshly brewed locally grown coffee each morning.

It was yummy!

Fisherhubby is a big coffee fan, so I brought home three bags of Costa Rican Delight for him.

He loved them.

Recently, we were out of coffee beans to grind, so I ordered some of the very same Costa Rican coffee that I brought home last April.

It arrived the other day - - - looking and smelling JUST like it should.

You too can have Costa Rican coffee delivered right to your door - - - if you love java like we do.

No, this is not a paid advertisement, I'm SURE Cafe Britt would choose a much more sophisticated spokesperson than moi.



Carolyn said...

Well I for one am going to order some! I just ran out of coffee beans last week and didn't want to get the same ol' thing again so was looking around for something new to try. Perfect timing on your post for me -- thanks!

Anonymous said...

I've been making fresh ground coffee every morning since 1982. There is nothing like it in the morning, is there? Haven't tried your Costa Rican brand, tho. But look at all the choices you have!

Here's to you and Fisherhubby! Cheers!


SueWis said...

Yum! I used to grind beans until I got a Keurig for Christmas. I imagine your kitchen smells pretty good every morning!

shannon i olson said...

mmm coffee, just did two posts that had something to do with coffee tooo! Like Sue, I too have a Keurig and love it! But still grind from time to time.

Vickie said...

I'm a bit jealous. When we were on our way to Costa Rica I too, was looking forward to some home grown Costa Rican Coffee it never happened. I did however buy some there and brought it home to friends and they loved it. Steve doesn't like coffee. His morning java is Diet Mt. Dew. I didn't know you were such a coffee fan Keetha or I would of shared.

Martin LaBar said...

The Lord can deliver you from such addictions . . .

(Conversely, the late Roy S. Nicholson was once asked "how can a Christian drink coffee?" He replied, "Well, sister, give me a cup and I'll show you.)


Gail said...

My husband's sister and her family have been missionaries there for close to 30 years. Through the years they have brought us coffee when they would come to the states. I know it is one of their specialities, but it's a little too strong for me. I prefer Folgers! I love Costa Rica, though. It is beautiful! When my sister-in-law is here she misses the weather there so much. Guess one could get spoiled to 70 something temps all the time!

Ann in the UP said...

Just before reading about your delicious Costa Rican coffee, I was reading the Yarn Harlot's recounting the many ways her husband can mess up the morning coffee making. We bought coffee in Hawaii. Yum---but I usually just make strong Folgers. Strong.

TS Hendrik said...

I hate coffee but I love the smell.

Tonja said...

Not a fan of coffee. Haven't quite gotten old enough to drink it yet. I prefer my caffeine cold!

JerAng said...

Everyone else has commented on the coffee. I was just wondering if the bear cookjar family can confused as to why there were flowers near them. ;)

Keetha Broyles said...

JerAng - - - you are a mystery to me! I've seen your comments before, and I'm WRACKING my brain to figure out what Jerry/Angie combo I know. Your google profile doesn't have a link to your e-mail. HELP!!! I'm SURE I'm being really silly to NOT place you - - - but it is DRIVING ME NUTS!!!


Cookie, Chocolate, Chip, and Brownie Jarbear LOVE the spring flowers which have sprouted up in their neighborhood.