Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Monster Tea

 As I hunker down in the midst of round 2 of the record breaking snow storm that has gripped my city,
 
I'm thrilled that I took these photos awhile back when my friend Sally and I went to Sam's (a wholesale club run by the owners of WalMart).  These cans of tea (and energy) caught my eye as I was walking around the store.

Since it's a day to stay under the covers, thankful I'm not currently one of many thousands of Wichitans without power this morning, I decided to drag these photos out for Tea Tuesday.  Little did I know when I took these photos, how convenient it would be to show these today.

Now I'm sure most of the Tea Tuesday participants have far better stories (and warmer photos)  than I have today, so please show us what you have come up with for Tea Tuesday and we'll be by to visit you, too.  And this is no empty promise, either, as long as my electrical power stays on now that my blog is functioning again.

13 thoughtful remarks:

see you there! said...

More snow? Your neighborhood is getting get hard this year. Hope the power stays on and you and Bleubeard stay warm. Never seen the tea in the photos. Wonder what is in it.

Darla

see you there! said...

More snow? Your neighborhood is getting get hard this year. Hope the power stays on and you and Bleubeard stay warm. Never seen the tea in the photos. Wonder what is in it.

Darla

Divers and Sundry said...

we've had a total of about 7 snowflakes this winter. i miss snow, but i don't miss driving in it.

is there a tea tuesday hub? or a network with links to other participants? i love your tea tuesday posts! :)

Caterina Giglio said...

I was wondering how you were faring in the constant snow storms, having mint tea with you today... guess you got your computer glitches cleaned up... yea! x

~*~Patty S said...

when I read "Monster Tea" ... Monster trucks came to mind for some reason LOL

Glad you still have power and WOWEE on two record breaking snows ... I'm sure all of that moisture will be good for your parched earth at least!

Happy T Tuesday to ya
oxo

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Snows are so bad out your way, can't believe photos of the highways - scary stuff....I think our web services are getting interrupted by sun spot activity, did you hear about that....a sun spot something like 60 x the size of the earth. AS if technology wasn't hinky enough...LOL. Stay toasty. Don't lose Mr. Bleubeard in the snow. xox

Halle said...

Yuck! Energy drinks. Never had one...never will.
Hope you are "weathering" the storm alright.

Craftymoose Crafts said...

Sorry to hear your area is the center of that storm's attention, but so, so happy to hear you still have electric!

Marilyn Rock said...

Sorry your area is getting hit so hard. I'm glad you and Bluebeard are safe! We got some of the storm - a couple of inches of that wet and heavy stuff. Now; it's raining! xxoo

Rebeca Trevino said...

hi E
i've missed you!

thanks for stopping by and figuring out how to use 'translator'
hope your computer/blogger problems are a thing of the past.

Healing Woman said...

I got the chills just reading your post! One really good thing about snow days though..it allows you to slow down and not feel guilty about it. A day under the covers or just snuggling with a cup of tea seems so well deserved.

Stephanie Corder said...

Smart lady to plan ahead like that! I need to follow your example, then maybe I could get ahead in the blog game again!
Stay warm!
xx
Stephanie

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