Tea of the Day: Nirvana by the American Tea Room
Description: A heavenly blend of Japanese sencha with peony petals, berries, figs and kiwi make this green tea the perfect tea for inner reflection
Dry tea smells very like tropical fruit and not much else
Liquor is a lovely light gold in the cup
Steeped tea still smells fruity but less intense than the dry.
The tea is light and sweet but not so sweet it is cloying. Because of the sweetness it needs no sugar. Side note, there are chunks of fruit in it, which I love.
Tea Rating: 5/5
Question of the day: How many miles did you drive/ride today?
Not really sure, maybe 10? What is more significant is that I walked about 3, with two large dogs. It actually went surprisingly well, after the dogs figured out that if they each pick a side of me and stay there they don’t get in each other’s way or stepped on.
In other news, I have been writing in this blog for three years! I started with this post, and though I have not written as often as I did in the beginning, or as consistently as I had intended, I am glad I’m still here, still writing.
This blog has even helped me communicate things that I could not have in one conversation, or even several, and writing about some of the tough spots in my life has helped me work through them. I still can’t 100% say why I decided to start a blog, but I’m really glad I did.
Life has been interesting these last few years, and I don’t know where I’m going aside from some major mileposts along the way, but I hope to still be writing 3 more years from now!