There is a very interesting phenomenon going on in our house. Not to worry—I’m on the case and I’m sure I’ll solve it eventually.
But in the meantime we have A Situation.
Coffee evaporation is not like normal evaporation.
Let me explain.
I’ve noticed that very often I will make a cup of coffee (have I told you how much I adore my little Keurig? I know it’s not great for the environment and I feel badly about that. But not enough to give up my adorable little Keurig that I adore. Did I mention the adoring part?).
Where was I?
Right. Very often I will make a cup of coffee, carry the steaming mug over to the kitchen table, read a section of the newspaper, pick up the mug—and discover that IT’S EMPTY!
This is a particularly interesting phenomenon because I am generally the only one in the house who drinks coffee.
Puppy: I would drink coffee if you let me
Me: Coffee is very bad for puppies and you can’t reach that high.
Puppy: Look who’s making short jokes…
I am considering starting a research study to see if this evaporation anomaly happens in other places or just in our house.
Right after I go make myself another cup of coffee.