“Each cup of tea represents an imaginary voyage.” – Catherine Douzel
The faculty at Blue Ridge Mountain Christian Writer’s Conference is like none other. I most appreciate how they choose to make themselves available to attendees by eating meals with us, talking before and after sessions, and simply hanging out with us in the lobby. Much time and energy is required on their part to prepare, travel, and to show up — not only physically, but emotionally and spiritually as well.
It’s for all these reasons and more that I like to come up with a small token of appreciation for those leading the classes and workshops I’ll take next week. I’m featuring the gift today because it contains one of my favorite things — tea! Remember this post
Initially, I’d planned to drop my mini thank you note inside the bag with the tea pouch, but then realized I had an opportunity to make the note itself the tea tag…and voila!
They’re not fancy, but hopefully the old adage holds true—it’s the thought that counts.

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