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Thursday Tea...last day of March

Posted by lavender_lass WA zone 4 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 31, 11 at 14:27

Wow, can you believe it's already the end of March? Spring is on the way...I can see little daffodil shoots coming up through the grass, by the pasture. Hyacinths and tulips are popping up all over the place...and the grass and weeds have gotten off to a good start. Time to weed this weekend!

Any exciting plans for today? Tea with friends or just a quick cup and a nice break? We started the day off with no power, so a little busy catching up on work...but I will be back around 4pm ET for a cup of Earl Grey and hopefully some conversation! Maybe I can make those blueberry muffins today, too...they would be wonderful with tea!

Have a lovely Thursday and enjoy your tea! :)

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RE: Thursday Tea...last day of March

I took my Mom for Mohs surgery on her nose today, we had to be there at 10am. However, after we got there the doctor examined the basil cells on her nose and gave her the option of either surgery or the use of a special cream that has a high success rate and practically the same amount of recovery time as the surgery. So after alot of thought and discussion she decided on the cream treatment. It will take six weeks of treatment and then after 2 -3 wks. she's to go back for an exam and if the cells aren't completely gone then she will have surgery. But - the surgery will be much more minimal.

So we got to come home earlier than expected. When I dropped Mom off at her house she said she was going to make a hot cup of tea because she was so cold. I had coffee and a blueberry muffin when I got my own abode. Felt good to be back inside a warm place.

So, at least my Mom had Thursday tea. Not sure which tea she brewed, she likes Liptons and herbals.

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