It now has been a full week and 2 days since I had my last sip of tea. ‘Tis a sad state of affairs.
Is this a permanent situation? Will it entail a change in your blog name?
……and Books, just doesn’t have the same ring.
You could always substitute another beverage, absinthe or Red Bull, maybe?
O dear, I hope not! It’s only to be until I, my teas, and my kettle are to be settled in the same apartment.
I’m having my first cup of hot tea this morning. Delicious, even when in a Starbucks cup.
But I’m still temporarily separated from my trusty electric kettle. As a stopgap measure, I got a $9.00 stove top kettle from Target. Now, every time I make tea, I feel like putting on a British accent and saying out loud (even when there’s nobody in the room) “Should I put on the kettle, dear?”
Btw, how was the tea from $tarbucks?
You may be channeling a distant relative. It sounds like ‘ tea ‘ is for you, a cultural thing, like it is for the Brits.
The cup of from Starbucks, but the tea was from Tula Teas (http://tulateas.myshopify.com/). I like to joke that in the eyes of the *really* serious tea drinkers, I’m the equivalent of somebody of who buys a Chateau Lafitte only to add coke to it.
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