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January 20, 2011

The alliteration was completely coincidental, but here are a few things that are currently making me happy.

mums

meringues, especially half-melted in tea

Meaning of Bryce, The (I know it’s a stretch to get the M, humor me.).  My lovely friend Bryce writes this spectacularly charming blog.  She’s sweet, witty, and articulate and she has a very pretty turn of phrase.  She does weekly features like “Tea Tuesdays” and “Musically Inclined Mondays” along with various other musings, and I always get really, really excited when she puts up a new post.

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No photo credits, all my own photos this time.  Except Bryce’s blog name photo, that’s hers.

 

 

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 20, 2011 7:18 pm

    I found your blog because of the picture withe the meringue in the tea in it. I never knew you can eat that stuff in this way. Since I like tea and sweets, I will put all meringues into tea now.

    Greetings!

    • julierosesews permalink*
      January 20, 2011 9:50 pm

      Yay, welcome to my little pastel corner of the internet! I’d never tried meringue that way either. I like sweets a lot, but meringues can be a little bit too much sweetness for me all at once if I just have them alone. The tartness of the tea cuts the sugariness just enough. …I bought them because they were cute, basically, and figured I could come up with a use for them later. :)

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