Coffee fuels the writing.
That concludes my blog post.
Oh, very well...
There's stumbling from bedroom to bathroom. We don't really need to get into that. Fish flopped from the ocean to dry land, and there was a long slow sequel to that.
After stumbling to the kitchen, power levels soar...
Coffee was selected at an earlier date, when power levels were vast.
Grainy coffee particles + warmed cafetiere + spoon for stirring + four minutes during which you do other things = ?
Equals nothing. Until you fit the lid of the cafetiere and press the mesh filter down. Coffee stays above the contraption and the grainy particles are pressed to the floor.
Yes, do other things for four minutes.
Pick out a selection of mints, say.
Pour the brew into a container, be that receptacle a mug or a cup.
Now you have coffee. Unmilked, unsugared, and ready to drink. A small cafetiere takes about a third of a litre. Enough for three Italian coffees delivered in three tiny Italian cups.
Go ahead. Feel continental. Share coffee with others. Why would you do that? An excellent question.
Alternatively, take the lot in one coffee mug and fuel your writing with it.
Repeat as needed. Cultivate the need to write.