Tuesday, January 22, 2008


I don't drink coffee. Not usually. I might have a cup on those few occasions that I was unable to sleep the night before, or a pre-bottled Frappuccino (http://www.starbucks.com/grocery/frappuccino.asp) when I need to stay up late. This amounts to maybe once a month at most. Well, all that changed with my trip to San Diego. I decided to get a small iced latte (http://www.starbucks.com/retail/nutrition_beverage_detail.asp?selProducts=%7B34D7DC79%2DD2E0%2D487E%2DA0D3%2DCE1EC7D83680%7D) while waiting for my plane. It was delicious! I did the same for my flight's second leg. Of course, the conference hotel had a Starbucks (www.starbucks.com) in the lobby, and I found myself drawn to it after every workshop. I enjoyed a few more lattes on my trip back, and found myself driving to the nearest Starbucks upon my return home. I haven’t been back in a few days, and I've noticed the world seems a bit bleaker. I'm afraid I'm hooked.

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I work at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center as a Simulation Technician for the College of Medicine's Clinical Skills and Simulation Center. I also blog in Ink, using OneNote, SnagIt, and Sumocat's Build52 when I need to add some links to ink.