Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Tuseday's Tea and Stone...

Yesterday I stayed home from work... sinuses... Too bad they aren't like a spleen, something you can live without. I went back today, but only lasted a couple of hours then came home and went to bed. I'm up now, drinking Zhena's Gypsy Tea Luminous Lemon.

It's very soothing and full of antioxidants, which I think I'm in need of.

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Today's small stone...

the dory rows across the still sea,
black against the mist....
like a crow winging through a gray sky...

"Is either real?" asks the old sage.

For more stones go here   A River of Stones


  1. I hope you feel better soon! It was so damp and cold this morning...but now the sun feels warm! The lemon tea sounds wonderful! ♥

  2. I hope by drinking tea and creating "stones" you are feeling a little better.

  3. your writing really moves me Dianne!

    sorry about your sinuses that can really hurt!

    have you ever considered a natural antihistimine (sp?) called Emergen C...it's powdered, flavored Vit C that fizees when you add it to water, it comes in little packets...another great thing is a netti pot

    hope I didn't say too much ... just thought I would share as I've had sinus issues in the past

    take care and feel better soon!

  4. Yes, gypsy tea is one of my favorites of all. I haven't seen this one though. will look at World Market. Love your stone today.

  5. Kind of funny what you say about sinuses and spleens .... I neve thought of it that way :)

    Hope you feel better soon!!

  6. Hi. Hope you feel better. Susan

  7. Aren't sinuses the worst?! I am never totally crippled by them, but I am sure aware of them sometimes! Your tea choice looks perfect! Lemon takes care of a lot of things. Hope you are feeling better.

  8. oo i'm with patty!! we use Emergen C and a netti pot in our house too! your tea is such a beautiful color...hope you are on the mend soon...happy t tuesday..

  9. Oh you poor dear! I really feel for you. I have that problem in the spring and fall, but not in this weather. I hope you are better soon. Maybe those "stones" will help you feel better. Of course, rest and a good ice pack helps, too.