I enjoyed some marvelous chai tea this afternoon. 

I’m feeling rather creative today, which is delightful considering how lousy I felt the last time I was in Brevard. Back in the summer, I was in constant pain with my arm and didn’t experience much in the creativity department. But even after a day of travel yesterday that included 2 hours of driving through heavy rain and pea-soup fog, I’m now rested enough to actually daydream about new endeavors.

It’s good to return to the east coast, where trees look like they’re supposed to in the winter — i.e, nude. I can see the little creek out back through the branches, still bubbling along, welcoming me back. I’m looking forward to a productive week of brain-storming before we go into travel-mode again.

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” — Thoreau

6 Responses to "Tea Time"

  1. Debra

    December 17, 2007

    Sunny, I love Chai tea, and this makes such a great gift. Where did you get it? Debra

  2. sunny

    December 17, 2007

    Debra, I found this penguin tea timer in a catalogue from a year or two ago. If you google a description you may find it. Unfortunately I can’t remember which catalogue it was in. If nothing comes up for you I’ll try to get some info. off the penguin’s body. Good luck!

  3. colleen

    December 18, 2007

    I love the way the trees look like batik and that they make me want to write poetry about them.

    I’m much too sloppy to use a penquin. I just use my bare hands and toss it wherever. Oh and I like it strong!

  4. sunny

    December 18, 2007

    “I love the way the trees look like batik”

    Sounds like a poem right there!

  5. Jamie

    December 18, 2007

    What a wonderful little tea treat! We’ve got the snow to go along with the naked trees! Enjoy the winter sights 🙂

  6. sunny

    December 18, 2007

    Yes, I’ve seen Toronto’s snow — beautiful! Keep posting those pictures.

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