The problem is, no one cares about my obsessions. Sure, I can share a few with my mom or friends, but for the most part, no one approaches me and says, "Tell me what's been consuming all your free thoughts today!" I'd gladly share, if there were any willing participants.
But wait. Guess what! There are. You, my blog readers, are willing participants!
No, come back! I promise they aren't lame obsessions! You'll like them!
I don't know if this--my daily obsessions--will be a daily series or just occasional. Random is a pattern, right? So we'll go with that. I would also like to say that I'm not sponsored by anyone--even Nick doesn't give me money--and these blog posts are meant to be light and fluffy, so don't judge them too harshly. Lord knows I didn't.
I wish I could backdate some entries but that's cheating. Monday I was obsessed with CSAs, and Tuesday I was obsessed with dotted Swiss fabric. Do you know how hard that is to find? I'm talking about the good stuff, too: visible, fluffy dots; sheer fabric; vintage appeal and price tag. I'm still searching.
Today, I'm obsessed with...David's Tea!
It's pretty amazing. David's Tea is al organic and many varieties are vegan, if you're into that. And some varieties have sprinkles in them. Some have edible glitter. There's an entire collection devoted to chocolate. Are you in love yet?
|Yeah, those are jelly beans in the tea,|
Regardless of downsides, this is a fluff series, and I want to focus on that. Let's talk about tea flavors! I don't like green tea, so we'll ignore it. Black tea, oolong, and rooibos are great fun and with a flavor like carrot cake I really can't go wrong, right? And as long as I'm internet-window-shopping, I can "buy" whatever I want. Carrot Cake, Birthday Cake, all the varieties having to do with getting over a cold (be prepared)--those will all go in my imaginary cart. Then I can have the perfect Sunday morning, making expensive and delicious tea while reading blogs or watching a movie. Maybe a friend will come over and drink some with me! And we'll eat scones that I baked the night before. None of this is happening, but it sounds wonderful, all thanks to tea.
So thanks for indulging me, and thanks from Nicholas because he didn't have to listen to it.