Coffee can signal the difference between a good day and a bad day.

This morning, I woke and stumbled into the kitchen semi-consciously. I grabbed a mug from the cupboard and put it in the Keurig under the little spout and hit the brew button. As the machine began brewing my cup of motivation, I went into the bathroom for my morning sit on the throne. 

The wonderful smell of coffee came floating into the bathroom and seemed more vivid than usual, probably as a sign that it would be a good day.

When I finished my bathroom business, I returned to the kitchen. The smell of coffee was VERY strong now, unusually strong.

Much to my surprise, I found the reason for the unusually strong coffee smell was due to the fact that coffee was all over the counter and in a puddle on the floor . . . . I had put the mug in the Keurig upside-down . . . .  Probably as a sign that it would be a bad day.

13 thoughts on “Coffee can signal the difference between a good day and a bad day.

  1. I’m going to be the “glass is half full guy” today…Something bad happened to your coffee but something bad COULD have happened during your dookie. Have a good day, friend!

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  2. Ahhh the stories I could tell of my adventure in morning coffee making. Everything from forgetting the water to forgetting the coffee to forgetting to turn thing on (and stupidly wondering why there was no coffee)….

    “Need coffee to wake up. Gotta wake up to make coffee. Need coffee to wake up”

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