Saturday, 13 November 2010

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We had an INSET day on 1st November - one of the items we covered was EpiPen training; all staff need to have this every year, but of course I'm something of an expert!

Unfortunately the milk delivery was late, so I ended up with a black coffee (I can drink it black as long as I can have sugar in it! But I can't drink white coffee with sugar...)

10 comments:

Rhona said...

I can't drink black coffee with or without sugar :P but I drink Chai tea and Rooibos/Redbush tea black. xx

The Scrappy Tree said...

Oh dear! Well at least everyone will know what to do now :)
Not a fan of black coffee myself, can drink it with or without sugar as long as there's milk!
Gayle xx

Karen said...

Coffee preferences are so different. I can't drink anything BUT black. Good and strong, too, if I have my preference.

Training for epi pens is not something I miss from teaching. :-)

Rachel B said...

I can't drink black coffee even though I am a huge coffee fan! I would have to drink black tea +sugar! :)

Sian said...

Epi pens truly are a wonderful invention.

I always have my coffee strong and black and definitely no sugar

Mary B said...

I can drink black coffee but really don't enjoy it as much as coffee with coffee mate in.
back tea is a great big no no for me though.

Kirsty.a said...

Best of luck with Ofsted's visit - my husband's school was insoected last week and my college is 'getting done' week after next - such fun!!

debs14 said...

I got overenthusiastic with the epidpen training when we had it this year, my thigh was black and blue the next day!

alexa said...

Useful training ... I can't manage strong coffee as I just get hyper, but I adore the smell of real coffee So mine's weak, with a little soys milk...

ComfyMom~Stacey said...

My coffee has to have milk or my stomach will protest painfully. I prefer sugar as well