I grew up frugally and raised a family frugally,  in the middle of Kansas and now live a somewhat solitary, self-indulgent life  in East Texas. I love tea and every thing that is associated with it and books of many genres, current and the not so. Trivia is a constant fascination for me  but unfortunately the older I get the less of it I remember.

Like the cat, my curiosity has taken me often, unexpectedly, down unplanned paths. I wouldn’t have it any other way.

These are tea farms in India

“Leaves take root in the air, here, and here the wind has stopped, waiting for a word none of us knows.”

Paul Guest wrote this –  from  The Report From Home


9 responses

11 01 2014

Beautiful blog! Thank you so much for visiting mine. I moved to California, about two years ago, from the Dallas area. Happy blogging. I hope to see more from you soon. Best wishes ~ Vida

12 01 2014
Sally Lewis

Thank you Vida.

10 01 2014

I love tea pots and tea. My Mother and I collect tea pots. Love your blog!

10 01 2014
Sally Lewis

Thanks Victoria, as you can see I love them too and I collect tea cups made in Occupied Japan.

10 01 2014

You have a wonderful collection!

10 01 2014

I have 3 cups and saucers made in Occupied Japan, my prize pieces.

10 01 2014
Sally Lewis

I am running out of space.

20 09 2012

Thanks for coming by my blog. I love tea as well, especially chai made the traditional Indian way, in a big saucepan kept warm on the stove for hours. But for me any tea, in a big mug, is the best thing in the world. Keep up the lovely posts 🙂

1 07 2011
Laura Best

Thanks for dropping by my blog earlier today. It is always nice to meet new bloggers especially those who enjoy tea and books. 🙂 I’m sure I’ll be back to visit again.

I think those unexpected paths in life offer us far more then the ones we walk each day.

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