Sunday, February 12, 2012

Steaming cup of goodness

Yesterday my mom and I were at the grocery store running through the aisles and tossing food into the cart like crazy people because right outside the store, it looked like God had shaken our earth snow globe and there was a complete white-out. Woah woah, before you start pointing fingers and think that we really are crazy in the head, let me assure you that we did not drive through that white-out to get to the store. Oh no…it came to us. It would have been more humorous if we hadn’t had to drive through it to get home – thankfully it only lasted about 15 minutes, but it sure was whipping.
Virginia has had a pretty mellow winter this year. Mellow as in 70 degree weather in January, practically no snow, and flowers starting to bud in February. My winter-hating heart has been spoiled this season, so I guess I deserve this 22 degree cold front that has begun this week. 37 more days till Spring, baby.
So, during this period of hibernation (mine – not to be confused with the furry animals), I’ve been living in sweats and drinking down tea like there’s no tomorrow.
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Emily said...

Lovely pictures!!! I love tea! =)

Mia said...

Ahh, tea is amazing. I just started drinking it on a regular basis. I'm envious of the snow! Can I come visit you? ;)

Thank you so much for the sweet commment. I'm blessed to know you're praying for me... I'll most definitely be doing the same for you!

Much love.

patpat said...

I have recently become addicted to tea. It is just amazing. My favorites are True Blueberry and Wild Cherry Berry from the herbal tea assortments.

Amanda said...

Yeah, we just got a boatload of snow where I'm from - we've had snow like 3 times only. The rest of the time, its been dead grass and coldness outside. :)
I'm not really a big hot tea drinker... the only kind of tea I love is the Lipton Green Peach Tea stuff. Yummy!! :)