Tuesday, April 08, 2008

And now, for some tea...


LifeisgreatTAC said...

A Qi Gong buddy gave me one of the "buds." Another Qi Gong buddy said, "I've had them. I like them a lot. They sort of taste like seaweed." Well, the sort of soured my chance of trying it anytime soon. I kept saying I would do it when you were over. I think I finally threw it out. Let me know if you try it ... or if this is a hint at a birthday present. LOL

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

You threw it out!?!?!?!? Save it next time for sure!! Apparently they come in different "flavors". I would love to try jasmine.

Marilena said...

i would like to say to your readers,. thank you for coming to my blog over the last year. iam closing my blog effective today. iam spending way to much time on the net and not enough time on God. so thank you all for your generous time and comments on my blog.
may your blessings continue to be many.

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

Oh, Marilena, I'll miss you online!!!

ladycub said...

I've never seen anything like this before how neat!!

BTW-I'm still around town. For now :-)

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