Fancy No-Coffee Friday: Tea Time

Green tea.  Decaf Chai tea.  Lemon Zinger tea.  Chamomile tea, plain, with tulsi and honey and with tulsi and rose.  Presently, “Throat Coat” tea.

No coffee for two weeks.  I miss my coffee.  I really miss my coffee.

But, I’ve accepted this loss of coffee as a lesson in impermanence.  We all need to give up things from time to time even if it’s not by choice.  We lose treasured items, two coworkers have lost earrings in the last two weeks.  We lose important things like wallets (which was thankfully found under the endtable).  We lose unimportant items like disposable pens that write smoothly but were running out of ink.

Thankfully, while I have lost one ritual of heading to my favorite shop for coffee, I made a new one with my morning tea… mid-morning tea…. afternoon tea…. evening tea (mostly chamomile).  It’s still a hot beverage and if you’re a fan of “The Big Bang Theory“, you’ll appreciate this:

So, no coffee, but I have tea.  A whole lotta tea…. but no lumps.

 

 

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About The Amusing Muse

Deep thinker whose mind operates at warped speed. Philosopher pondering the big (and little) things in life. Storyteller. Office Ninja. Model. Teller of bad jokes. User of big words.
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3 Responses to Fancy No-Coffee Friday: Tea Time

  1. John says:

    Two weeks with no coffee? Surely, you jest.

    I didn’t have my coffee this morning — my head is still reeling. I applaud you for this two week run.

    • LOL I’m not happy about it – THAT is for certain. Mr. Muse reminded me that I had to go through a “without coffee” phase once before and lasted quite a long time, but then… I got back to coffee.

      • John says:

        I’ve gone through several “no coffee” phases in my life . . . each time, I found myself a little more crazy. Good luck to you for this go-round.

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