The vampire thing had struck her as strange, too. And there were a couple of vampires about that Cordelia had pretty strong uh oh feelings about that she was keeping her distance from but also keeping an eye on. They hadn't done anything wrong yet -- well, aside from Katherine. Why no one had staked her last time around was beyond her comprehension. But if she happened to get dusted, or whatever happened to vampires from the world Katherine was from when they died, Cordelia would not be sad about it.
Dawn was one of the things that Cordelia planned to talk to Buffy about, as well. She'd gotten pretty close to Dawn during her time in Lawrence, and she knew the younger Summers was hurting because of all the Buffy's that had come and gone. So many of them hadn't acknowledged Dawn at all, or had been too caught up in their own pain to know how to relate to her.
She drew in a deep breath and let it out slowly, offering Buffy a tiny smile. "Well, you're in luck here then. A few weeks before you got here all the coffee and caffeinated things vanished for a few days. All the alcohol and chocolate too. It upset a lot of people." She was just glad it had come back. She needed her daily coffee.