It's Tuesday Tea Time!
I've noticed since starting this part of my blog, I have been drinking a LOT more tea. It's great b/c I have several teas that I've had for quite some time. In fact, I'm a little embarrassed to admit I have some loose leaf leftover from my time in Hong Kong in 2009.
My wondering today is why do we have edible or useful things and then hold on to them as a precious gem, knowing that they will eventually go bad?
Just the other day I made some tea on the stove to turn into iced tea. I did what I often do when boiling water for tea, I forgot about it. I was trying to update my blog for Sunday Snippits & then Mom P called & then I had to hang up from her suddenly to answer another phone call of a friend who wanted to walk to our staff meeting together.
Lesson: Multi-tasking DOESN'T work well.
I won't say that multi-tasking doesn't work, but we definitely aren't able to give our full selves into multiple things at the same time.
Maybe this is why we buy multiple things (I even ask for tea for gifts most holidays) that we know will eventually spoil, but hold onto them like precious gems. This is definitely a first-world problem.
To close, I haven't tasted the tea I made on Sunday, but it turned a funny color. Almost as if there is lemonade mixed in to make an Arnold Palmer. Anybody else ever over-boil or over-steep their tea & have it turn a funny color?