Back in 2013 I was staying in a hotel in New Mexico, put a coffee cup next to the tv, started pouring cream, and static electricity pulled the cream into the tv. Cool.
One of the crazy things about having super-realistic lucid dreams goes like this:
Three times this morning I woke up, had a couple of cookies, made some coffee, and started doing things, only to realize each time that I was still asleep.
(The good news is that I had a lot of cookies, with no calories.)
I woke up on the left side of a king size bed this morning. It wasn’t my bed, but I was blanketed in a thick, soft comforter, which felt wonderful. I looked around briefly. Wherever I was, the room seemed very nice. It was light outside.
As my other senses came to me, I realized that what woke me up was a strange woman standing on the right side of the bed, yelling at me. She wanted to know where I got the warm Cinnabon that was on the nightstand next to me. More accurately, she rather forcefully wanted to know if someone brought that for me, and if so, who.
I don’t know where this originated, but I just saw it on a friend’s Facebook feed. Nothing like Java humor. :)
When I had a medical procedure done a couple of weeks ago, the person who stayed with me watched the movie The Bucket List while I slept after the procedure. That made me think of coffee, both the coffee that is, ahem, produced by the cats, and the “Chock full o’ Nuts” cans. I decided to see if the “Chock” coffee was a real thing, and indeed it is. I ordered some on Amazon, and I have to say, it is very good. You can make it as weak or as strong as you like, and it’s very mild either way.
Cool: Staying in a hotel, I put my coffee cup next to the television this morning, and started pouring some cream. Static electricity pulled the cream into the tv.
Northern Exposure coffee mug - Alaska (Tundra Comics design).
Dog in a coffee shop, Seward, Alaska.