Why Coffee Gets Cold

I brewed a cup of coffee this morning when I arose, and with it in hand went to look out our bedroom window onto the garden, where a bright lily was also awakening to the day. Marine air, combined with a light smoky haze, diffused the early sunlight perfectly for flower photography—but it would quickly burn off. Coffee would wait, as it always does, forgotten in the microwave on what’s become a two-warm-up day.

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