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Back logging – It is 56 degrees with a tornado warning this morning. Going to be in the teens and snowing tonight. Crazy. Outside my window are billowing black clouds, a vivid lightning show, and a torrential downpour. The power of nature is awesome. I think cranking REO’s live version of Ridin’ The Storm Out seems appropriate. To go with it, I picked this very delicate tea as it represents just the opposite of the storm. The day holds in the one hand unflinching wrath, and in the other peace and grace. I choose grace. Wonderful cucumber/melon notes in this cup. Excellent choice!

Update – the storm passed with no reports of serious damage. We were without power for a few hours but all is well. Ordered pizza with family, then went to praise band practice so I never had time to post yesterday.

TeaBrat

i’m glad the storm missed you!

SimpliciTEA

I love storms (as long as everyone’s safe, that is). I really like how you told me why you picked this tea. Very cool. : )

gmathis

Grace and safety. Amen to both.

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TeaBrat

i’m glad the storm missed you!

SimpliciTEA

I love storms (as long as everyone’s safe, that is). I really like how you told me why you picked this tea. Very cool. : )

gmathis

Grace and safety. Amen to both.

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