Vacation, Resting, Relaxing, Tea Drinking, Tea Reviewing, Need Your Ideas – Please
Next week my family and I are leaving for short little getaway to Door County, Wisconsin in search of peace and quite. Mostly, we want to avoid all distractions real life inevitably brings if we stay home.
Imagine log cabin, wood burning fireplace, 2 whirlpool tubs, full kitchen, and if I recall correctly 1,300 square feet of space plus a garage. We have been here many time but this will be our first time in the winter. Let’s just say Ralph (dear hubby) and Alexandria (dear daughter) and I can’t wait to go. We have even rented a seperate cabin for my sister, her husband, and two kids as their Christmas present. Believe me my sister could use this getaway, as could the rest of the family.
It has been a trying year for us, with the later of the year more difficult than the previous. Some days keeping a positive mindset has been harder than other days. So needless to say, we all need and want this to be the trip to help us recharge and get ready for what 2012 has in store for us.
Long story short this trip is about rest, relaxation, family time, and last but not least tea. I have decided to pack up some tea cups, my Zojirushi, a tea pot, taster sets, and a Trader Joes sized paper bag full of teas I haven’t yet had the pleasure of trying. There are A LOT of teas in this bag and it is my intention to sample as many as I can until the experience is no longer pleasurable. I want to review each tea here on Tea Trade and Steepster. However, I didn’t think writing an individual note for each tea would be wise. I would be hogging the Tea Trade Activity timeline and very possibly boring everyone to death with my possible repetitive brain spewings. So I am looking to you fellow Tea Traders to give me a few ideas on the best way to share my reviews without taking over the timeline or boring anyone.
I appreciate your help in advance.
When I am not running after the kids, managing the household, and homeschooling my oldest I enjoy blogging about my passions and how it applies to my life.
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