So this past week we stopped and asked how it sold, etc. As much as I like tea, I'm hesitant to buy loose tea as you need to have the water temp right, the right amt of tea per cup, etc. or it never tastes like the tea in the sampling. Anyway, we were told that this particular tea was not that sensitive. You could just use boiling water and 2 tsp/8oz serving and it would be fine. And since it was a *seasonal* tea, it was now 50% off. So we bought a small amt to try at home. Well, it's really delicious and easy to fix. Also... reading up on Rooibos tea on the Internet.... apparently it's very good for you. So it turned out to be a win-win!
|Julie helping me 'put away Christmas'|
|worn out from all her 'help'...|
Just want to mention one little thing that has been going on here that is a little unusual... our North Texas Earthquakes. Apparently they are small, but numerous... and centered mostly in Irving. However, Dallas has been feeling them also. And the largest one so far (just 3.6) we felt in our neighborhood here in Richardson. Oddly enough (or maybe not) one of the cats felt it first and startled.... DH even asked her what was wrong just before we felt it. Right after that the whole neighborhood started texting. Weird?
Considering all the goings on that are happening in the world right now its a small thing. But when it happens in your own backyard, you do sit up and notice.