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If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; there is where they should be.
Now put foundations under them.

Henry David Thoreau

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

New look and sweet tea

First off, how does the blog look? Is it too light or too hard to read? Let me know :)

Secondly a QOTD (question of the day)-

WHAT IS YOUR SUMMER DRINK OF CHOICE?

Mine is SWEET TEA most of the time specifically sun tea :) We do through about a gallon a day in the summer here. And WATERMELON omgosh I cannot wait for watermelon :) Hubby and I are the only ones that eat it so between the two of us we hawg out ;) But after sweet tea I love plain old water. Ok see ya ;) xoxo melzie

GRATITUDES
sweet sun tea
watermelon
warm days
cool nights
the book of Daniel :)

5 comments:

Kelli said...

I'm a HUGE non-sweet tea drinker, which is hard considering I'm on full fluid restriction (darn kidney). So, I treat myself to one large a day and then suffer through the last 40 oz of fluid slow-ly and try not to whine.

Watermelon falls in fluid as well, and is my ultimate fav food- so this summer should be interesting.

KNow that those two things, along with diet coke and salads galor are on my list of "post transplant things o' fun". Yes ma'am, they are.

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

Peach tea! I love peach tea.

Su Bee said...

The blog looks great!
Favorite summer drink has to be limeade -- love it!

Aunt Jenny said...

I am a water drinker big time..but I do love herbal ice tea and homemade lemonade. And once in awhile (maybe every couple weeks in summer) a big dr. pepper on ice...never from a can..and not diet either. hehee
And watermelon ...oh man! I can hardly wait. ALL of us are melon eaters and can go through a whole big one in one sitting.

Robin said...

I love your new background.

Iced tea made with teabags, no sugar but a bit of lemon. I can't stand sweet tea! If I ever make it down south, what will I drink?!

Fresh picked strawberries...can't wait to go strawberry picking.