12.30.2008

Thanks, Mr Walgreens, for spoiling me in the manner in which I am accustomed.

You may remember last week or so, I complained about Walgreens no longer offering my the Cinnamon Bun Coffee. I knew it was seasonal (although I was in denial), but I was shocked that they stopped selling it that early in the season! So, I emailed Walgreens, not really expecting a response or to be taken seriously, but it made me feel better.

Then I got an email from Mr Walgreens. (ok, not really, but he works for Walgreens.)
He made a bunch of phone calls and emails, and got some more Cinnamon Bun Coffee....for me!! He said it is seasonal (:cries:) and although they're trying to find someone to make it for them year-round, right now they only have a limited amount, and when it's gone, (:sob:) it's gone.

But for now, my Cinnamon Bun Coffee is BACK.

I felt so totally special when I walked into my Walgreens and saw this.

You can't tell from the picture, but those white stickers say "Cinnamon Bun" and "Cinnamon Bun Latte".
They temporarily replaced Chai Tea with my Cinnamon Bun Coffee.
Seriously, who drinks Chai Tea anyway?
Oh, you? Sorry.

Mr. Walgreens, you are my hero.

15 comments:

Far From Perfect said...

Never have tried it...don't think our Wal's has a machine like that. Glad to hear you go what ya wanted..... really life should be more like that.

Keeper of the Skies Wife said...

That's funny!! You must be seriously addicted, girl!!!

Jen - Queen of Poo said...

Aw, well at least the two of you have a little more time to spend together.:-)

Mama Wheaton said...

WE don't have a machine like that at our Walgreens, but I am glad you got your needs met.

Marchelle said...

MAN! You've got some pull around there! I'm a chai girl myself. We don't have a Walgreens in my town, but there is one in every town around us... I wonder if they have those too??

Chel said...

Um, ok, I'm the chai girl. But for you, ok.

And don't you just love it when that sort of thing happens? I wrote in to Sprout when the changed hosts of the Goodnight Show (I hate the yoga girl & loved the fella before her... the one who was Bear from Bear in the Big Blue House) and said I didn't so much like the change. And sure enough, someone wrote back. Now, yoga girl is still there, but still.

Aubrey said...

LOL
Yes...ME!
Crapola! I haven't gotten around to try that yet and now it may be too late. *cry*

OHmommy said...

Wow.... THAT is so awesome!

Jaime said...

Walgreens is fantastic! They always have the thing that you can't find anywhere else. It's weird.

MindyLew said...

The Walgreen in our town does not have a coffee machine like that but I wish they did. Maybe I should write to them and use your name!!! I so would love to try the cin bun coffee that sounds wonderful. Enjoyed your blog!!
Have a blessed New Year!!

Mrs4444 said...

Your Walgreens has coffee?! How fun is that?! Happy for you...

Hot Tub Lizzy said...

Power to the PEOPLE baby!!!!

Tammie said...

hey cyndy, not sure if you got my most recent email..the one with my address in it? anyways, my husband rode his bike to work today and didnt take the gameboy, so don't pick it up at his job. i know your schedule is hectic, so just get back to me about a time for pick up and we'll see what we can do.

(i'll be home all day today.)

:)

blueviolet said...

Hey, my Walgreens doesn't have a coffee machine. What the heck!

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