This morning, in my over-tired, fighting with satin Halloween costumes, getting ready for an important trip, over-committed, bad cold threating to become a sinus-infection sort of way, I decided to make coffee. I drink coffee most mornings. I know, it's a bad habit, but as far as vices go it seems relatively mild. I often think I am addicted to the stuff, but then I get too busy and forget to make it.
I doubt people forget to smoke.
The morning did not go as smoothly as some, so I was brewing coffee as I ran out the door. This seemed like a judicious plan that would prevent me from the $5 coffee at the local drive-thru coffee shop. I imagined a nice cup of coffee when I returned home with only one child in tow.
When I returned home, the coffee maker had been turned off. (My husband is home sick, poor guy).
This leads me to the survey.
Turning off a woman's coffee maker, before she has a cup of coffee should be interpreted as:
a) an honest mistake, to be dismissed with a Christian heart.
b) a prudent reaction to a potential fire hazard.
c) domestic violence.
d) a crime against humanity.
There may be more than one correct answer, but I suspect there is at least one wrong one.