Pentox wrote:Heh, I really wonder what that must be like for you guys in NJ. It's 50 here with a few scattered showers. I don't think I can really comprehend what it's like when it's that cold.
Ugh. I hate you.
I here you Time4Tea. I just got my brudder to shovel my car out..hehe...the perks of working from home!
My feet are very cold, and I would like to soak them in some of my Golden Monkey i'm having, nice and piping hot. I'm going to blend some teas for a friend coming to brave the conditions and have some fancy formosa oolong once i can get away to eat something..a little chicken vindaloo? Perhaps I should have a Darjeeling instead.
Time4Tea wrote:Pentox wrote:Heh, I really wonder what that must be like for you guys in NJ. It's 50 here with a few scattered showers. I don't think I can really comprehend what it's like when it's that cold.
Ugh. I hate you.
Time4Tea wrote:Does that really work--soaking your feet in hot tea? The thought of that might just make shoveling a little easier today!
I was supposed to fly out of Newark this morning to visit my parents. I heard the flights had 6 hour delays. It finally stopped snowing in our town but we're due for more later.
Chip wrote:I will be looking at new vendors for Taiwan oolong this Spring. I can't get any Winter oolong...still have too much here already.
JT wrote: Currently looking over my tea stash for my next fix.
I've been considering getting some Taiwan oolong from Floating Leaves too. Does anyone know how much tea comes in their samples?
ABx wrote:I started the day with 2007 A-Li-Shan Hand-Harvested Winter "Petals" Oolong from Hou De.