Could go for a Big Gulp

By Shirley Hess
This item appears on page 52 of the October 2015 issue.
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This month’s winner is SHIRLEY HESS of Glendale, CA:

Several decades ago, on my first trip to Italy, I fell in love with the coffee. But the tiny cups containing about three ounces of coffee never satisfied me.

One late afternoon after a day of sightseeing, I stopped at a café for my much-loved coffee. 

“Please,” I begged, “a large cup.”

I was delighted to see a large coffee cup being brought to my table… until I looked in it and saw the three ounces of coffee it contained.

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This month’s winner is SHIRLEY HESS of Glendale, CA:

Several decades ago, on my first trip to Italy, I fell in love with the coffee. But the tiny cups containing about three ounces of coffee never satisfied me.

One late afternoon after a day of sightseeing, I stopped at a café for my much-loved coffee. 

“Please,” I begged, “a large cup.”

I was delighted to see a large coffee cup being brought to my table… until I looked in it and saw the three ounces of coffee it contained.