The Tea Chronicles #2

To be at ease
with yourself
is perhaps one
of the worst

It is like
being a dark
sky which is
aware of its
yet cannot
find itself
beyond its
in a

*These posts have nothing to do with tea apart from the fact that I am drinking it while posting this. I’ll be doing this everyday to share daily experiences or observations, just a rant really.*

I did one of these and promised to do one each day. We all know (or not) how well that is going!

-insert an appropriate transitional sentence- Since the last few days I have been feeling a lot of emotions, moreover a palette of different shades of anger and confusion. And, behind all the kerfuffle of school being tough with us – throwing assignments, case studies and presentations our way – people.

I cannot. I cannot live like this!

I have always had a problem socializing (my blog breathes in my ineptness) but this time it’s different. This place requires forced socializing which ends up tiring every cell in my body. And, I am not even out there like, perhaps every other person. Others are trying harder and are less tired than I am. Also, only one month into the course and I have made some very wrong decisions. Not to mention, irreversible ones.
I don’t know what to hope for anymore.


  1. NO, NO, NO! Please don’t get down. I haven’t seen you for so long in my Reader. Then again, my time is more limited now and I don’t always get to my Reader as much as before.
    I must say though, it’s so nice seeing you. I am so sorry for your troubles. Really I am. Please don’t lose hope, my friend. I have to smile at your mention on tea though. I remember your passion for tea. I just made some oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. I’ll send some your way, and hope they make you smile with yummy goodness.
    I will pray for peace and and lightness of heart for you, dear friend.


    1. Hello Staci! How are you doing? It is so good to see you again. 😀
      I haven’t been on blogosphere much either, I want to but I cannot find the time and the right environment to do so. Thank you for the oatmeal chocolate chip cookies! Ah, my favourite!
      I am feeling much better today. Thank you for your prayers, my friend. They work like magic. ❤
      Hope you and your family are doing good! 🙂 ❤

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      1. Oh, I’m find sweetie. It’s too bad you can’t get on the blogosphere as much as you used to. I know the feeling. I still get on quite a bit, but not as much as I used to.
        I’m glad you liked the cookies. Hehehe.
        The family is great, thanks.
        Many blessings to you.
        🙂 ❤


    1. Please don’t be sorry…I really appreciate the thought. I would say I am indeed trying to like the course, and I think two of the seven subjects this trimester have managed to engage me too. Thank you for your kind comment. 🙂


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