Tea

17 Jun 19
vicblogspot

Thirty people were killed late Sunday in a triple suicide bombing in northeast Nigeria, emergency services reported, in an attack bearing the hallmarks of the Boko Haram jihadist group. Three bombers detonated their explosives outside a hall in Konduga, 38 kilometres (24 miles) from the Borno state capital Maiduguri, where football fans were watching a […]

17 Jun 19
Chaplain's Blog

Today I saw an advert in an online marketplace for a half-eaten sandwich. Yes, you read that correctly – someone was selling a half-eaten sandwich. The advert was placed six days’ ago, so now I am assuming it comes with the added extra of free food poisoning. It seemed amusing at first but as I […]

17 Jun 19
BarrelRiderWannabe

Ho hum, so lessee… I read again this morning how your lunch or midday meal ought to be your largest because it’s good for things like nighttime acid reflux, weight gain, things like that. Thus, it is only quarter past 5 and I’ve already eaten supper. Even so, it wasn’t a huge portion; been trying […]

17 Jun 19
russianteahistory

Lin Tsang Gu Shu Shai Hong in press, 2017, from the range of “Tea Magic” (Moscow – St. Petersburg – Helsinki). (automatic translation) The aroma of dry brewing (on the warm breath): “raspberry-strawberry jam” (medium-strength note); “”cranberry” (medium), “spices” (medium), “bread” (very weak). Dense but transparent infusion, with significant precipitation in a shallow fraction. Straits […]

17 Jun 19
JUSTABOUTWEDDINGS

It is very well known that both men and women have different ways of expressing their feelings while women do better at talking about their feeling and confessing them, men would rather show how they feel and that can be done by taking a strand of hair out of her eyes (that’s sorta clicks but […]

17 Jun 19
Finding footprints

Friday 7 June From our exchange home in Milton Keynes we returned our cute Cactus hire car to Luton Airport, caught a bus to London, then an Uber to our hotel. We chose this time to stay in the Spitalfields/Whitechapel area, and found a modern hotel where we booked a “Sky Studio” – on the […]

17 Jun 19
Ringsidehustle.com

If I Were In Charge – Episode 1 (Rankings, Divisions, 24/7 Title, TV Title & More) By James Bones We’ve all heard and/or read the complaints about the product WWE has been attempting to pass off as good sports entertainment or even wrestling, if you will. It’s been pretty tough as a lifelong fan to […]

17 Jun 19
Hemispherical Histories

Late start today again, which gave Dave and me and opportunity to practise some applications for Dave’s session next Sunday with his karate klub. Dave was A, I was B, and Jen was reading the instructions as we played martial arts Twister in the living room. Off to the supermarket for more lunch stuff and […]

17 Jun 19

Yarrow might be considered a weed by some people, but this humble little plant is a superstar in the garden. Read on to find out why.

17 Jun 19
The Blooming Sapphire

I am sitting here reminiscing of the weekend getaway I just undertook with some of my family and fiance. Isn’t it funny? I still feel so giggly calling him fiance, it is still so new! We filled up two vans and off to San Antonio we went. The short drive of five hours seemed reasonable […]

17 Jun 19
Skincare

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This essential oil can make the nose more lifting and beautiful.

17 Jun 19
Sunrise Today...

There is something about a misty, moisty morning. Its now mid June and supposedly winter but since sometime last winter Queensland has had some very hot weather with sunny days and bright moonlit nights and vert few misty mornings. In fact the misty mornings have vagely appeared after rain all night and they have been […]

17 Jun 19
herbalblessingsblog

  the Front Island has been mulched!  It only needed minor weeding, but I gave the edge a scissor clip as I mulched and deadheaded the marigolds and violas.  The first “Snow Lady” shastas are beginning to open, as well as the “Bumblebee” daylilies and apricot foxgloves off to the right, but not shown in […]