Today we've landed on the British Isles. That happened when I decided to buy a couple of blueberry scones.
I have made scones in the past, but the ones I made
tasted more like a sweet biscuit, while these had the texture of cornmeal. I thought they were not really heavy enough (or maybe too gritty) to be a scone, but I bought them at a local bakery, which I won't purchase scones from again.
My water is heating so I can steep this bag of tea which came from Kew Gardens. Not to be confused with the various cities named Kew Gardens found in the U.S., Kew is the Royal Botanical Gardens situated in London, England, although technically it is located outside of London in Richmond, Surrey.
I received this beautiful card late last Monday afternoon, but it was too late to share it, because I already had my post scheduled, which I try to do with all my T posts. I was outside when the mail carrier brought this and we both agreed it looked like it had been through a war zone. On later contemplation, I think it got caught in the automated stamp cancelling machine.
This gorgeous card was hand made (and in perfect shape, I might add)
by our own dear Susan Ariel. This is definitely frame worthy! Isn't it wonderful? Thank you so much Susan. I am very grateful, even if it did take a long time to reach me.
Now it's your turn to share a drink related post. It can be anything as long as there is a drink involved in some way. That means it could be a movie, a photo, a postcard, a painting, a page in a book, traditional, hybrid, or digital art, or simply a cup of any drink, including hot tea as I've enjoyed today.