For Tea's Sake

14 Dec 18
John Cordial

Caldyr put the last ornament on her little cactus and bit down a smile. Her tiny, old apartment didn’t exactly come alive for the holiday season, but a few decorations helped. “Looks good,” Reynardine said. “You want me to pick up some tinsel? On my way to the store in just a minute.” “Tinsel?” Caldyr […]

11 Dec 18
A Queer Writer's Messy Notebook

Problems seem trivial with a cup of coffee. Whiskey helps, too, but that’s for another time, because I would like to talk about one of my favorite past times: tea. I don’t consider myself a connoisseur of the bean and the leaf, but I know what I like. When it comes to coffee, give me […]

10 Dec 18

A Stream of Light

howlsmovinglibrary: So I finished The Bone Witch…. (and pre-ordered The Heart Forger immediately but we don’t talk about that). My thoughts: If I were to describe this book in an incredibly reductive sentence, I would say it was a coming of age novel made from a mixture of Memoirs of a Geisha (Tea’s ascendency to […]

25 Nov 18
The Rad Blog

Hello Rad Blog! Well, I’m finally writing about this one as it was given to my brother to give to me! This is Snapple’s Takes 2 To Mango tea. This time, the name actually makes sense. Firstly, this is a play on words with the phrase “it takes two to tango.” This is an iced […]

25 Nov 18
Its On Me - Toronto

1 Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/Kat F. Bar Chef What is it? One of Toronto’s essential cocktail bars, Bar Chef plays with molecular gastronomy to create engaging and memorable drinks. The team at Bar Chef pride themselves on preparing all infusions, bitters and syrups in house and offer their guests unique, masterfully crafted cocktails. Why Go? Watch as patrons […]

20 Nov 18
BambooCore Fitness

What is Kombucha? This article is a deep dive about Kombucha: learn what it is, its history, how it’s brewed, its nutrition, and Kombucha’s health benefits.

30 Oct 18

I cannot believe it is the end of October. I did not get enough time to be spooky. I really do wish the season was much longer because at this point I’m already thinking about the Christmas season and the New Year. I struggled this month. I wasn’t enjoying a lot of the books I […]

27 Oct 18
You've reached the Official Website of Caz Greenham

Hopefully NOT! But, people might think you have if you forget a simple comma. ‘Have you eaten, Granny?’ Sounds a lot better. Don’t you agree? Or maybe you did eat Granny *laughs* ~ joking, naturally. Language is what makes us human. As the philosopher, Bertrand Russell, remarked one day: ‘No matter how eloquently a dog […]

30 Sep 18
Gigglemug Book Club

End Date:  October 27th Author:  Nicholas Eames Published:  2018 Genre:  Fantasy Pages:  560 (paperback) Selected By:  Elle Tea Average Review: 

30 Sep 18
A Cup in Time

Tea is one of the essential parts of Chinese people’s lives. The custom of drinking tea dates back to the third millennium BC in China and green tea is the most popular type of tea there. It has been proven that the day assumption of green tea have many health effects including reduce risk of […]

30 Sep 18
Andrew Timothy Post, Writer

Horrible sci-fi stories! The world wouldn’t spin without ’em. Well, it would, but it would spin a great deal less awesomely. You know the drill by now, folks. Every five weeks I put up one of my most insanely awful trunk stories: pieces of short fiction I’ve written that have been rejected by almost every […]

09 Sep 18
Rambling Raven

Poetry compendium for August of 2018. Follow my ongoing daily poetry practice on Tumblr, at TheRealVagabird.   Deepwood “Deepwood groves have things to show, That others hid some time ago; A place of interest for wanderers; Those fond of dark and not of words.”   Gone Fishin’ “If I could I would like to be as still […]

06 Sep 18
Northern Knits Podcast

“Knitting a Brain” sticker What’s in Our Cup Diana has For Tea’s Sake Let’s Detox rooibos tea. Jocelyn has Peppermint Detox from The Amsterdam Tea Room. Firefly Dollhouse Babylon 5 Being Human (UK) Cool Threads Diana: Lindsay Slouch by Danyel Pink out of Berella Country Garden DK in Snowdrop Jocelyn: Stormy Sky Shawl by Life Is Cozy out of Fleece Artist’s National Parks Colourway […]

04 Sep 18
The little writing desk

So, as I have already mentioned, I had already been enticed by the sight of Himalayan Pink Tea. I knew nothing about it except that it’s found in Kashmir, it’s pink in color and it is salty- I didn’t even know if it’s actually called Pink Tea! I know you might be scoffing that I […]

28 Aug 18
Tues Tea

A lot of people use lavender as a fragrance, but did you know that it makes for a healthy tea as well? Lavender Tea can aid in digestion, reduce the risk of heart disease, help maintain healthy skin and hair, and reduce anxiety and stress levels. Life sometimes gets out of hand, lets calm things […]

10 Aug 18
Artificial Stories

Alright so we know that basically everyone cheats in Yugioh right? Everyone has discussed that topic to death already so I want to mix things up a little. For all of this I am only using the Anime, and not including Season 0, as it is all I have experience with. I also have moderate […]

25 Jul 18
Everlasting Love

The Aftermath Episode 246 Fade In: Interior.  Grace’s room at Crest Haven Nursing Home.  It is a plain simple room with a table, chair, tv set, and bed and bureau.  Brian’s newscast is on the background.  Grace enters with a steak that has been microwaved.  She closed the door and sits down at the table […]