TeaCup Living steeping in the colors of autumn and appreciation.
Pausing in the chill of the morning with a hot cup of tea in autumn pours out an opportunity to praise God of all He does for us to see. What does His color change mean to you? May the beauty of this time of year bring you warm memories.
To pause over the Word of God with a teacup isn’t for women only.
Often my husband has asked for a cup of tea when a day has been extremely tiring. When he would come home after a long day at work, he wasn’t ready for dinner or a chat. He needed serenity to bring him back to sanity.
We had our own message about the kind of tea he wanted. He called it the “feel good” tea, because he didn’t like the real name of the tea.
The real name of the tea was Women’s Liberty tea by Traditional Medicinals. If it’s early in the day, I’ll put an Earl Gray and a Women’s Liberty teabags in a teapot to brew a stout cup of flavor and serenity.
Next time your man comes home after a hard day battling his responsibilities, pour him a cup of feel good tea and hand him the Word of peace to put him back in the saddle again.