In addition to being very very cold, I have been barely hanging in emotionally with all the work I've had to do since mid-September. I thought I was finished Nov. 18, but then I had one more "little" job. This little job is driving me crazy with its needless complexity and new tools to learn, with too little time to do the job properly.
Needless to say, I welcome a soothing cup of tea.
I don't need anything strong, so I reach for a pretty herbal blend of rooibos, peppermint, and chamomile, called Petticoat Peppermint. Tumblewood Teas is the brand, and a darn good one it is, with creator Riza Gilpin making sure the teas are fresh, flavorful, and, yes, fun. Riza names each tea so it, er, blends in with its Montana surroundings: Restful Rancher, Comman-Chai, and Pony Express.
Unfortunately, drinking tea doesn't make the pile of work go away, but it does make me feel better about slugging through it all.
Do you want some lovely Tumblewood Tea, too? Contact Riza at tumblewoodteas @ gmail.com.