What, I ask you, did people DO before there was earl grey tea? Seriously. Nothing is more comforting than a cup of EG when you’re sick.
And I’m sick.
I’m convinced that there is a cold conspiracy. I think colds get together (with the bacterial infections and the viruses) at conferences each term and map out my timetable. Then they are each assigned a time to attack me, generally right before a paper is due. But not the night before, not when I could get a note to excuse it. Always the week before when I’m trying to concentrate on research.
4 thoughts on “>I’m cheating on Coffee with an Earl.”
>I hope I didn’t give it to you. :-( We’re sick, too. I do agree about Earl Grey, especially with vanilla soy milk.
>Mmmm, EG tea… this is the only one that I load with sugar and cream on occasion. It reminds me of when I used to have tea parties with my mini china tea set.
>Huh, well, I’m getting it from you… and it appears we have an idea of where you got it from… so with a little more investigation perhaps we’ll be able to track the damn thing back to the source and solve the mystery! Or perhaps it’s time for bed.
>(my timestamping is messed when I use Windows… those buggers need to switch to a UTC system clock)