What Raw Eggs Taught Me About Community

My third-grader came home from school on Friday excited to tell me how he watched his teacher walk on eggs. “And she only broke three!” he said. “Hardboiled?” I asked. “Raw! Six dozen,” he answered, smiling. “And,” he continued while heading straight for the fridge, “you can squeeze an egg and it won’t break.” He Read More

We Interrupt This Regularly Scheduled Program…

Hello Friend! We’ve been sipping tea and absorbing tidbits together this summer, but today I have something different for you. You may have heard the African proverb, “If you want to run fast, run alone. If you want to run far, run together.” I have a tendency to prefer running alone. Group projects at school? Read More

Tea Party Tidbit #11 – Need Refreshing?

Have you heard of a flowering tea? I hadn’t. Apparently, it’s this hand-stitched piece of artwork from tea bags that expands in a pitcher of water. Think really fancy teabag. I love the description on Teavana’s website: Blooming tea, also known as Flowering tea are beautiful hand-tied tea balls that unfurl as the steep. When Read More