It is hard to imagine sculptures coming to life, but what if they were made of things that were already alive. It is hard to imagine, but the Big Flower Fight on Netflix makes it possible.
The air has just turned crisp enough for my breathe to fog the air around me, and I crave the warmth of the gentle tones of a cup of tea. I live off the subtle taste of my winter tea. Any type of tea is ok with me, but I decided to take a second look at one of my favorite commodities.
Earlier this year, I had the joy of visiting a tea shop in San Francisco, which I featured in Vital Tea Leaf: A Story of Tea. It started my journey into learning more about this popular drink. I read a wonderful book called The Tea Book, which showed me that the tea leaf we enjoy is steeped in history and culture. I released part of this in the exposé called Tea: More Than Just A Leaf. However, I decided to take another dive into exploring the culture of tea and how it has shaped the world by reading the book called The Story of Tea by Mary Lou Heiss and Robert J. Heiss.
With spring turning into summer, many are racing to the great outdoors to plant flowers, herbs, and other variation of foliages. But now, I can enjoy fresh herbs and produce without having soil tracking in my apartment. It is all thanks to AeroGarden Kit.