Tea Cozy

Van Sickle, Carol
February 2007
Guideposts;Feb2007, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p16
The article discusses the author's habit of sending greeting cards with a teabag. The author always slips a teabag or two whenever she sends a greeting card. The tea could be Earl Grey from England, peach apricot from Sri Lanka or mint from Pennsylvania. She believes that sending tea could take a little quiet time away from the busy day of her friends.


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