COFFEE/TEA SHARE APRIL 8, 2017

SquirrelHangingThis is a post by Betty Louise from a couple of weeks ago. I couldn’t resist the squirrel or Kato.

 

 

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THINK POSITIVE!  HUGS!

Welcome, come inside out of the cold and rain. I have and varioustea. I can make got chocolate. There are baked apples just Our of the oven. Our weather continues to be unusual. But spring is definitely in sight. More trees and shrubs are blooming or leafing out.Oregon Grape has tiny flower buds ready to one on a warm day. We had a lot of wind this past week but not much rain. The cold wether and no rain has helped the Boise River’s flooding. Thunderstorms are forecast for or today. On my grocery shopping day, I see more flowering trees shrubs and one lovely flowering quince in bloom.

I am discouraged. I had this post almost complete and when I update it all I had written disappeared into cyberspace. I guess I will have visited the forums and see what I am doing wrong. Not a…

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4 comments on “COFFEE/TEA SHARE APRIL 8, 2017

  1. Well the US doesn’t have a National Tea Day but it’s fairly popular (as those things go) in the UK. It was this last Friday – in case y’all want to drink a wee bit in honor of it I think it’s not too late.

    And I’ll have mine iced with no sugar because it’s in the 80s now in South Central California.

    Cheers! 🙂

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    • Dagny says:

      It’s only in the 60s here, Becky, but I’d definitely have my tea iced with no sugar too. As a youngster, I used to put about an inch of sugar in my iced tea – that’s how my grannie had hers. At the 6th grade dinner for graduation from grade school, one of the most popular girls was nosily stirring her iced tea during someone’s speech. That so horrified me as a rude disruption that I never again used sugar in my tea. (good for me, whatever it takes, lol)

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  2. I did the same thing – lots of sugar as a kid and quit at some point. I think it was about the time I developed a taste for black coffee. And my late hubby drank gallons of iced tea – no sugar – when we were dating was probably about the time when I just stopped using sugar. And our son drinks a LOT of iced tea – no sugar. It might be hereditary. lol

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  3. Fred says:

    Yes, hot or iced tea, no sugar and no lemon. Just pure unadulterated tea. As expected, the same holds true for coffee–hot or iced. No cream, no sugar.

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