If we were drinking tea together, I would probably get something iced. It’s still cold here in the northwoods, but the sun has been shining and the ice is slowly melting off our driveway. It makes me feel like Spring is slowly creeping in, so that means cold drinks!
If we were drinking tea together, I would most likely gush about how much Tyler and I are loving Gordon Ramsey’s TV shows recently. We’ve been watching one or two episodes of Kitchen Nightmares together almost every day and the newest season of MasterChef Junior just started last week. He’s an amazing chef, so funny, and so sweet to the kids on MasterChef Junior. Makes for some good reality TV. 🙂
If we were drinking tea together, I would ask what you’re currently reading because I’m always looking for books to add to my always growing list. I’m currently reading I Found You by Lisa Jewell (a mystery/thriller), The Heir by Kiera Cass (the fourth book in this YA series), The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini (for my book club), and Surprised by Oxford by Carolyn Weber (a faith memoir).
If we were drinking tea together, I’d ask what is bringing you awe lately. We’re doing a series at church right now inspired by Paul David Tripp’s book called Awe and it’s making me think a lot. Lately, I’ve been in awe of my dishwasher and washer/dryer because of how much easier they make my life. I’ve been in awe of seeing the sun again in the midst of the winter. I’ve been in awe of the friendships I’ve cultivated recently.
If we were drinking tea together, I would tell you that my friends and I had a soup party this weekend. Yes. A soup party. And it was the best thing. My friend Fayth came up with the idea of everyone bringing a different kind of soup and then having a buffet and eating ’til our hearts are content. Then I had the idea of everyone bringing Tupperware to take home leftovers of each kind. It was the best kind of party with the best kind of people.
If we were drinking tea together, I would tell you that I’m getting my motivation back. I’ve mostly blamed it on the winter, but I haven’t felt like doing anything for the last couple months. I don’t want to make dinner. I don’t want to clean. I don’t want to write. I don’t want to do anything creative. It’s been so draining not doing anything, but I finally feel like I’m getting my groove back. I’ll blame it on seeing the sun for once.
Once again, I’m linking up with Erin for our monthly coffee date linkup. Every second Monday of the month we get together and sip coffee (or tea, in my case) together and catch up. Thanks for joining me, friend.