What do you do when you feel burned out/exhausted/ready to drop? What things make you revive when you have that headache that won't go away? I do not lie when I say that my comfort in these cases is tea. Actually, that's pretty expected of me if you know me fairly well. I blame Hannah-chan. Many people I'm good friends with have never even met Hannah but she's still, in my head at least, one of my closest friends and will remain that way until we deliberately stop talking to each other. I remember first year of college and we didn't have anything in the dorm but a crappy coffee maker that we made super super strong jasmine tea in. We had jasmine because when I went to Canada with Tad the summer (or maybe two) before I picked up my first of many tins of loose leaf tea. I drank that swill even though in recollection I remember sometimes burning it or making it so strong I actually grimaced even pouring it into my second hand tea cup and saucer.
Ok, where was I going with this? Oh right, headaches and personal remedies. I never feel like I'm going to get better if I don't have a cup of tea. I take meds and they never immediately work. I try sleeping but even after waking up I still feel out of sorts. I love my tea and almost any kind, any time of the day makes me happy. Happier? Either way, the day definitely lifts itself out of the dregs as I scald my tongue on some silly flavor from some plant leaves grown in an exotic country.
Tad and I walked the length of Central Park Sunday after once again trying to decide which museum or random thing we wanted to do. I really enjoy the Park. I really don't feel like I'm in a city or that everything around me is just concrete and debris and the progress of a society that needs to get something done today. Most of the snow has melted away by this point and the grass is coming back green. I still can't believe that grass up here is green even under actual snow. It seems so out of place like finding a candy while paying off your credit card.
Hum de dum, anything else I should mention? I guess just that it's pretty quiet right now.
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