Eliminating Soft Drinks

I stopped drinking soft drinks a long time ago. I had grown up a big soft drink imbiber as my dad was a Pepsi Cola salesman. We used to have a crate of Pepsis sitting on the back porch. However, as an adult, I gradually learned to do without soft drinks. First of all, I knew they were not good for me, and I also knew that they added considerable cost to a meal when I ate out. I therefore switched to water unless lemonade was available. I love lemonade and always have. Certainly the lemonade provided by restaurants is sweetened to the point where any health benefit has been overcome by the amount of sugar. Still, a refreshing glass of lemonade must be more beneficial than a soft drink. That’s why I was so upset when I went to Taco Bell for my Mexican pizza and found that they were out of lemonade. If that omission had been permanent, I guess I would have had to revert to drinking just plain water at Taco Bell. Fortunately, the next time I went in for my Mexican pizza or spicy tostada, the lemonade had returned.

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About bobosbest

I am a 79-year-old retired English teacher whose writing goals are fulfilled by publishing these blogs. I have a wonderful married partner, Dimitris Tsitsiras, who is from Greece. Life is good and still an adventure.
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3 Responses to Eliminating Soft Drinks

  1. Anonymous says:

    YOU ELIMINATE SOFT DRINX AND KEEP ON EATING SPICY TOASTADA AND OTHER JUNK FOOD,,THAT AINT GOOD 4 U BABY…LOL…HUGS EIDO

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