When I last saw my psychiatrist, I told her about the coffee fairy thing.
Being a psychiatrist, she was pretty sure it was my brother taking my K-Cups.
I couldn't help but agree that's the most reasonable explanation considering how weird it is that a ghost or angel would take coffee and even leave payment for it.
A few days ago I bought a new 30 pack, and I started to consume it.
I told my brother very clearly that he needs only 2 cups of caffeinated coffee per day maximum.
I've been, more or less, carefully keeping track of how much of this 30 pack I've been using.
I looked at how much I used yesterday and remembered.
This morning nothing seemed unusual, and I got myself another cup of coffee.
BUT ------- it was ONLY that nothing SEEMED unusual ----- the coffee fairy appeared to have rearranged my K-Cups in a way that made them only seem like nothing was taken.
Once I re-rearranged the K-Cups in the box (just by pushing the front-most K-Cup back, which it shouldn't have been pushable but was, (I already was pushing on them the day before) I realized that yet another K-Cup had been taken.
And this time the coffee fairy is trying to make it APPEAR like nothing has been taken.
All this after I know my brother has his own coffee, and I told him it's recommended to drink only 2 cups per day.
And where the missing K-Cup went --- I have no idea ----- my brother leaves his K-Cups sitting around the Keurig ---- my K-Cup that was taken disappeared entirely.
It's just the strangest thing.
Psychiatry is definitely not inclined to agree that it's a ghost or angel --------
but if it is my brother, I mean, that's just really confusing. Why would he do this?
It literally doesn't make any sense.
But the most sensible thing a psychiatric doctor thinks they could do is blame it on his illness.
Just the strangest thing.