Teasweetie wrote:auggy wrote:You stole my answer!
I joined six days before you, so I can do that to a newer noob!
I call hazing!
Heraclitus, circa 400 B.C.*, wrote:"After all, one does not step into the same river twice. waters disperse and come together again ... they keep flowing on and flowing away."
"Into the same rivers we step and yet we do not step, we exist and at the same time we do not exist."
Katrina wrote: Today's my birthday so I'm trying to choose something extra special for this afternoon when the kids are napping...(if the kids are napping...)
note: this morning I got up and lifted the lid on one of my two gaiwans from last night and found that I had left it brewing overnight. That's right, 8 hours brew time. Since I'm generally more curious than a cat I decided to drink the tea. It was perfectly fine, quite strong but not bitter or astringent at all. Now grant you, I had about 5 infusions of it last night, but still.... Magic tea. found it in the Seattle International district in a green tin, that is all I know about it. even the rinse water from this tea is worth drinking. So Chip, you _can_ get a good tea in Chinatown in a tin.