Loose Tea, Tea, Tea Treats

Labor Day Morning

Originally conceived by America’s labor unions in 1894 as a testament to their cause, Labor Day is now seen as the last long weekend of summer rather than a day for political organizing. I’m no different. During what is my busiest time of year at work, I welcome the day off to rest and reload… Continue reading Labor Day Morning

Comforting, Holiday, Tea

Happy Easter

During the difficulty of the continuing pandemic, we look to spring with renewed hope and optimism over last year at this time. Yet, the disease still haunts us. Vaccines are getting out there, but we have a ways to go. Easter Sunday and spring offer us signs of renewal and new life as plants and… Continue reading Happy Easter

Food, Holiday, Loose Tea, Tea, Tea Treats

The Forgotten Valentine’s Day Post

The best-laid plan: make red velvet cupcakes for valentine's daybake cupcakes in heart-themed papersdecorate said cupcakes with holiday sprinkles and chocolate heartsuse heart-shaped teacup & sauceruse heart-shaped charger platephotograph items above in an Instagram-worthy way Well, I got five out of six relatively okay. Instagram can be a blessing and a curse. I LOVE seeing… Continue reading The Forgotten Valentine’s Day Post

Comforting, Loose Tea, Tea

Fire and Forté

We just “celebrated” the Labor Day holiday weekend. We didn’t go anywhere or do anything spcecial and I was perfectly fine with that. The catalog season (my main job) is in full gear and my brain has been working hard the last couple of weeks. In years past (19 to be exact!), I’ve been known… Continue reading Fire and Forté

Comforting, Holiday, Loose Tea, Tea

A Rainy Grey Tea

During this pandemic, I’ve been working from home. It’s been different, frustrating, and wonderful all at the same time. The last 3-4 weeks have been sunny, hot, rain-free, and glorious. So, I decided to take the week prior to our 4th of July holiday this weekend to enjoy a stay-cation. We live on a stream,… Continue reading A Rainy Grey Tea