I may have a mug purchasing problem
I usually buy a mug on a trip away. I got a Blackhawks one this time
Now I have my nice, easy to use (and clean) pot for one, I’m brewing a lot more loose leaf tea. It is much better
Travelled back today from OpenEd and got home about 7pm. No trip is complete without some form of ceramic ware, so I got this Tom Thomson mug and this cute tea pot.
I like to purchase a mug when I go on a trip and picked up this jolly, colourful one at the airport. It’ll remind me of sunshine in the cold winter months.
Run out of tea bags so using tea leaves & tea pot. This is also an emergency blip as I was up at 5, drove to mk & spent the day in meetings
Daughter bought me this mug today. It is the angry emotion from Inside Out if you haven’t seen it. Do you think she is trying to send me a message?
Landed this morning, and got the coach back home. Was good to see my daughter and the dogs again. This is the inevitable mug I purchased at the airport (I do like a mug).
Alan Levine (@cogdog) is visiting us for a few days. Yesterday his photo of the day was [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/cogdog/14146019793/in/photostream/]my (infamous) mug[/url], so in response my blip today is him with a gift of an OU mug.
The [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herdwick]herdy (or Herdwick) sheep[/url] are found in the Lake District and have distinctive black coats and white faces. They’re not the best sheep for meat or wool and are really kept as part of the natural heritage of the Lakes. The [url=http://www.herdy.co.uk/]herdy company[/url] use this logo, and we have a range of their goods, including these mugs.