So What’s Growing In Your Office?

Cool things happen to a used coffee filter when you leave it sitting in the coffee maker for about three weeks.  The proof is in the pudding, or whatever this substance is:

It looks kind of like a galaxy or something.  I guess the Coffee Galaxy would probably go nicely with the Milky Way Galaxy.

This picture was taken from the coffee maker in my office, which I don’t use that often… as you can see.  If you look closely enough, it looks like some of the ground coffee has reformed into whole coffee beans!

I wonder what it would’ve tasted like if I’d poured in some water and brewed it through this stuff.  Unfortunately I’ve already tossed it so it’s too late to find out.  Might’ve been the next big thang at Starbucks.

Published in: on April 29, 2008 at 10:07 am  Comments (2)  

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  1. Hey Nate!
    It was great seeing a comment from you on my blog. We live in the Nashville area. We moved last November. We are going to World Outreach Church, non-denom church w/ 5,000 members. We love this church. A church that truly ministers to the community we live in. Jason is graduating this year. He wants to go to college here and study Music Theory etc… He plays the electric guitar and acoustic and wants to learn classical. David wants to go to college to study computer programming and he has a girlfriend he has been dating for a year. I am planning an event for a women’s conference in San Antonio in August and I am writing a book. That is about it for an update. How are you all doing? Have a great day!

  2. Thanks for stopping by, Patty! It was great to hear what you’re all up to!

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