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Sunday, October 3, 2010

Warm Tea



waking up today
shivering, not just shaking
brrrr, I feel so cold

grateful for warm tea
autumn has truly arrived
thirty six degrees!


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Thanks everyone as always for your kind and supportive comments. I've still got the weird myoclonus going on, but getting used to it.

24 comments:

  1. I feel your morning felt about cold. I have a firewood stove. So I have to cut woods. ^^

    I am going to go trip by my motor bike tomorrow after tomorrow to take pictuers.
    That is hot photo of a old man.^^

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  2. Got the same shivers here in Iowa...my goal for this summer was to put in a wood burning stove...well, so much for that thought, there's always next year, right and my trees will have another year's growth before cutting...there's always a bright side isn't there...time for another cup of tea!

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  3. looking at the bottom of my coffee instead,
    but still..

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  4. Nice one! Keep warm! Have a great week ahead of you!

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  5. Brr...it's pretty cold here too! I'm glad you have teat to warm you up!

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  6. Laura, I wish I could send you some of our unseasonal heat but since that's not possible, I'm drinking my jasmine tea and sending you warm thoughts instead:)

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  7. Tea is just the best for getting rid of the chills.

    What an intriguing shadow shot!

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  8. Autumn is here as well, 46 degrees this morning. I am on my second cup of tea.
    "Tea time, peaceful moments to reflect on our life's chapters as they unfold" (Stoddard)
    Hoping with each day you will feel better.
    Cheers,
    Karen

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  9. Brrr, is that tea still warm???

    Great top photo.

    I did the Boston Crop walk years back with a bunch of friends, we ended up walking trotting singing towards the end, others joined in. It was a long fun day.

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  10. The proper beverage is everything.

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  11. Brrrrr...it's autumn here in Helsinki as well as in Casablanca but so far no problem...
    Don't freeze yourself! :)
    Have a great week ahead!

    BLOGitsePHOTOS

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  12. Mmm, you must be cold - not a good feeling. Any warm drink that you really like is comforting. Keep warm, keep well.

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  13. In the 40's here at the edge of the woods. Need rain -- wishing you a good rest of the day and night.

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  14. You did a wonderful job with your haikus creating a sensory experience.
    Judy

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  15. Nice shadow :-) It looks like it's time for another cup! It has not been in the 30's this fall around here, but it soon will be.

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  16. Lovely shadows! Were still drinking iced tea here in the desert, is about 95f at the moment.

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  17. Still in the 80's here, but dryer and the breeze is cooler. My tea of choice is English Breakfast. Drinking some as I write. Keep warm!

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  18. mmmm...warm tea:) have been drinking nettle tea of late, i've taken quite a liking to it.

    autumn shivers here too, just got out the extra blankets and hot water bottles.

    sending warm hugs...

    xx

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  19. Yes, it is getting cool here in the South. Yet the breeze feels good on my face and the sky makes me dream and think tomorrow will be a better day. I hope you are feeling good today..
    Katelen

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  20. Keep on drinking that tea to keep warm! Shivering doesn't sound nice at all! Hope you have a great week. With some warmth :)

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  21. 36 degrees?? That's way past Autumn in my book! Good to 'read' you again, and inspired by your daughter's latest project...

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  22. Brrr. Nothing like tea to warm and soothe and to provide amazing camera shots.

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  23. Tea is our passion...we'll lift a cup with you :) It's not quite 32degrees here yet (thank heavens) we've got about 24degrees above you!

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  24. My daughter and I took her dog for a walk in the rain last Thursday. We got home, wet and chilled, and a cup of hot tea on the porch was just the thing to warm us up.

    Sending you warm thoughts ~

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