Gunpowder tea was my drink by excellence during the summer while I was working on puzzles Where do you find yours? I might try it at some point.
I enjoy routines and schedules most of the time (with my hectic schedule, it's the only way to fit everything in!), and I do admit that, for Journal writing, I keep trying to tell myself I'll write in the morning, and somehow I always end up writing right before going to bed -- however, today I got it done around 1:30 P.M., so I'm proud of that Now, my New Year's resolution is to continue keeping my Journal... I'm actually enjoying it for real, now -- especially because it's not graded!!
My late grandfather , who lived in northwest of China, was a big tea fanatic; he left boxes and boxes of tea when he passed away, many of them still fresh. My father and I brought most of the tea back and gave them as presents, and the tea was put to good use so I'm sure my grandfather would have been happy with the arrangement. Here, in the West, when you have no ideas on what to buy for any sort of occasion, you can give chocolates. The East equivalent of that, in my opinion, would be tea.
;D It's so goofy
;D My dad is a BIG tea fanatic too. Always teaching me how to taste the taste in the tea leaves, always telling me something spirtual about tea. So I understand when you almost always have a cup of tea at your desk when you're writing because I always need a cup of coffee and a few pieces of cheese when I sit down and think about something to add on to my blog. Sounds like your next book is going to be pretty interesting, your little summory of that new book of yours caught my attention!!!! I will keep my eyes open for it. By the way, I posted more new blogs on my Live space. http://yellowjordan.spaces.live.com/default.aspx, check it out if you have the time!!! Ohh~ and by the way HAPPY 2008~