Saskatoon — I don’t know when we started this routine. It was some time after our return to Saskatoon from living in Japan and England. Some time during my long recovery from colitis. Some time long enough ago that we’ve broken one latté cup and chipped another and panic when we realize on Friday night that neither of us has remembered to buy some milk. On weekends we slowly ease ourselves out of bed. I have...
Saskatoon — Our son came down for breakfast and asked “Why is dad so loud?” I told him it wasn’t Ed’s fault but rather the fault of those who didn’t support Tesla in his attempt to create clean and quiet energy ...
Bangalore — Added 1/2 a teaspoon of it when the water started boiling. Added tea leaves after that and let it boil for a while. Poured into a cup with a teaspoon of milk powder and some sugar. This tastes and sm...
Saskatoon — Though Saskatoon has two small opera companies, they do pretty pedestrian repertoire. So once or twice a year I attend the Met Opera’s live broadcasts from NYC to the movie theatre. I am often the you...
The Beauty of Tea
A Cup of Tea
Last call at Ippodo. No one else drinking tea today.
Just cracked the Rio Mate experience….hot beach, soft people, very sweet, very cold, very strong Mate. To DIY the drink… I will come back to work here!
Officially a tea person
A cycling break
To begin with tea.
Citrus Lavender Sage tea with honey. No wifi. Quiet tea time.
Nothing like a mint tea with honey to get a start on PR writing.
Day 13 #100HappyDays: Home
Day 8 #100HappyDays: A nice cup of tea
Weekends mean lattés.
Foggy tea meetings
Dim Sum Tea, quiet and quant.
A very Russian teacup after a very Russian virtual opera.
Tea in the Egg.
Attempting to read during a synthesizer and chainsaw duet.
Found this yesterday at the supermarket. Time to try.
To a tired writer prone to procrastination, this crazy tea cozy is far too interesting today. Must ... write ... soon ...
The typical Indian highway tea.