Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Hot Tea

Have I ever mentioned that I drink a lot of tea? Like, a lot. Evan and I drink a pot of PG Tips (which I go all the way to Whole Foods to get) every morning, and then I often drink another half a pot afterr fir thet one is done. Anyway, because I can't drink tea around the quilts, my tea often gets cold and then I have to microwave it and then that usually gets cold, too, and I have to dump it out. No more! Evan got me the cutest vacuum flask (a.k.a. Thermos) ever! I'm already trying to figure out if it will be weird to take it to class in the winter.

Speaking of which, I start school today. First up, French 101 and Southern Baroque. I'm feeling a combination of excitement and dread inspired by laziness. I'm going to assume that's typical.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

twinings english breakfast!
lemon!
-melissa

michela said...

I drank a lot of Twinings Irish Breakfast and Russian Caravan when I was younger. But then it started to taste like bathwater, so I switched to loose tea. Eventually I couldn't afford it anymore, and that's when I made friends with PG Tips. And soy milk. Delicious soy milk.

evan said...

that's no vacuum flask where the "soggies" are concerned. and profs. won't care so long as it's teetotal. (si...gh)

the fishing tackle i left on your side porch- was it ever collected or did some clever hobo swap the entire lot for a rake?

mathew lawrence's d.c. address?

R D Hardcore said...

you gonna slam some Caravaggio?

evan said...

michela's too busy to answer. she treats the q&a section of this blog like a macy's handbag she may one day hide a fart in.

michela said...

I asked "The Brain Machine" to answer you since he's the one who might have Matt's address. Unfortunately, he was too busy watching men's synchronized diving.

The fishing stuff is still on the porch, and another hobo walks rake-less today. There is also a sack (really there's no other way to describe it) of your clothes over here. As for Matt's address, you'll have to ask the diving enthusiast.

evan said...

terrific. i'll come by sometime soon to gather my goods. the clothes are saturated with deet, cancer mostly, feel free to wear them if you need absolute skeeter 'n deer tick proofing.

an apology may be in order for associating you with the mushroom-headed seniors that flock to macy's for the complimentary chocolates and fragrance knock-offs used to mark another seasonal sale. sorry.

in returning to the meat of the post: the thermos is purdy. i don't recommend you hide a fart in it.

michela said...

Too late. After your comment I was to embarrassed to keep farting into my Macy's handbag, so I grabbed the closest thing with a lid. :(

Joy said...

return that text book and borrow mine! are they still using the 7th edition contacts? do you have prof. shaw???

michela said...

Brand new 8th edition. It's a big old pain in the ass, too. Oh well.