Tea of the Day: All Natural Apple Tea by Marmara
Description: Experience this crisp sweet and tangy taste of this fruity tea. Famous through the streets of Turkey and sipped hot or cold.
Dry tisane is apples, dried and crispy, cut into small chunks, so smells like apples before steeping
Liquor is a light golden color in the cup, like apple juice
Steeped tea does not have much of a smell, just a light apple scent. The flavor is something like drinking very diluted apple juice. Pleasant but not fantastic
Tea Rating: 2.5/5
I feel a little stressed about some things, bills and homework assignments…but also grounded. I faced some things that scared the daylights out of me conceptually before they happened in the last year or so, so I know that I have this.
I feel excited, knowing that I am going to graduate, just a little more work left. I even have future educational goals that don’t seem like a far-fetched or bad plan
I’m enjoying looking at my photography as art as well as something fun that I enjoy doing. I also am comforted by the knowledge that I will keep doing it no matter how this journey into the art community goes, because I’ve been taking pictures for years simply because it made me feel good.
I’m actually looking forward to moving in the spring, rather than simply being resigned to the fact that I need to. It’s the next logical step in my life and that’s terribly exciting.
I get misty-eyed and I get a squeezy feeling in my chest when I think about the future ahead with my Mate, this wonderful mix of anticipation and longing punctuated with moments of concern that I’m going to poke at it too much
And so, I have some questions I’d like to ask, of everyone older and wiser than I:
When you think of your future are you excited?
Are you scared?
Do you think about it, imagining a hundred different scenarios in your head?
Did your imaginings do your reality justice?
Are you ever stunned at where you are right now, suddenly realizing that this is not what you thought it would be?
I ask these things because I feel a little crazy at times, thoughts in a tumble and dance inside my head.
Is it just me, or do we all do this?
“I wanted a perfect ending. Now I’ve learned, the hard way, that some poems don’t rhyme, and some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next.
Delicious Ambiguity.” ― Gilda Radner