“It is inhumane, in my opinion, to force people who have a genuine medical need for coffee to wait in line behind people who apparently view it as some kind of recreational activity.” ~Dave Barry

Source: lovebuildsthishappyhome.blogspot.com

Source: lovebuildsthishappyhome.blogspot.com

Today’s Be Happy Challenge:

– 4. Something/Someone That Makes You Happy. –

As you all know, my family makes me the most happy.  And I mean, come on… What’s not to love about these faces?!

But I didn’t want to write the usual “my family makes me happy” cliché.  I mean, they do make me want to rip my hair out happy, but they should, right??  And you hear about them in my posts all the time anyway.

So… I moved on to the next thing that makes me happy.  Very happy.  And that is….


I mean, sure, coffee in general makes me happy, but Hazelnut Frappuccinos make me ecstatic!!!  I have to force myself not to make a pit-stop every morning to get one, or I’ll turn into a 500-pound turkey leg like someone else I know.

This drink is coffee blended with toffee nut syrup, milk, and ice, and it’s topped with hazelnut drizzle.  Sounds incredible, right?!

Here’s the description of this amazing concoction from the Starbucks website itself:

When toasty-sweet hazelnut meets frosty-cold goodness, what do you get?  We like to think of it as one of those wonderful clashes between opposites that produces beautiful results.  The same way a hot afternoon can give way to a soaking thunderstorm.  Afterward: rainbows.

Rainbows??  Yes – rainbows!  I see rainbows after every sweet sip of this deliciousness!  And this is how I feel after each one:

Yep – that’s right… it’s orgasmic!  Pure and simple.  Every sip brings me absolute elation.  I have to hold myself back from drinking the whole thing immediately and take small sips, instead, so that I can savor the amazingness of it.  Every one that I drink fills some deep, empty hole inside of me…

Well, I think you get the point.  Hazelnut Frappuccinos make me happy!  If you’ve never had one, do yourself a favor.  Get one – NOW – so you can see rainbows, too!!!


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