Tea Moments — Filling (Not Pushing) the Vacuum

Life in our modern times, with all of its labor-saving gadgets, is a busy one, sometimes even a whirlwind. Even so, every now and then we just seem to run out of things to do — our lives develop a bit of a vacuum. Why not fill that vacuum with a quiet tea moment? A …

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Tea Moment — Tea at the Piano

Tea and music seem to go together like the proverbial bread and jam. Tea stimulates your senses of taste and smell while music stimulates your sense of hearing and your heart. When the music is coming from a grand piano and you’re sitting nearby sipping from your teacup, your sense of feeling is stimulated, too, …

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Tea Moments — Watching an Airplane Fly By

The sound of an airplane (the kind with a propeller or two) flying overhead signals a tea moment for me. Mainly, it evokes memories of childhood Summers. Hot, hazy days when all I could manage to do was sit under a shady tree, reading a book or making up dramas to be enacted by “Ken” …

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Tea Moments — Putting Down the Duster

Tea beats dusting any day, so put down that duster and take a tea moment. You’ll be all the better for it, trust me. There seems to be an over concern with having a dust-free house. It’s everywhere — in commercials on TV and radio, in billboards, as a topic of conversation at a party …

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Tea Moments — Watching Raindrops on the Window

By A.C. Cargill Not everyone sees the tea moments in a rainy day. For some people, gray skies that dump their drops of rain across the landscape are just a dreary sight. Certainly, those who live in areas that have frequent rain know what I mean. Cities in the U.S. such as Seattle, Washington, and …

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