I WANT SOME OF THIS! Adagio Teas has created a genre of Fandom Teas. Tea blends created by my fellow geeks around the world. There's a variety of Doctor Who teas including the Tardis blend (Earl Grey Bravo, blackberry and vanilla - it tastes bigger on the inside), Battlestar Galactica teas (the Laura Roslin - Valentines, Ceylon Sonata, vanilla oolong and rosehips - warm and sweet and stronger than you'd have imagined), Downton Abbey teas (The Lady Mary Crawley - Earl Grey moonlight, apricot and ginger - soft and sensual, with a hint of something spicier below the surface) and Game of Thrones teas (The Imp's Brew - oriental spice, caramel and apple - smart and unusual). It's the perfect gift for the Anglophile geek - ME!___________________________________
Were any of y'all Arrested Development fans? The highly-acclaimed sitcom that aired for three seasons about 10 years ago? I'm afraid I missed it completely. I guess that Jude was a newborn, and I really wasn't watching much of anything except the Teletubbies about then. Anyway, Netflix is producing a NEW season of the show - yes, same show, same cast, 10 years later. And so, of course, I have been binge-viewing the original series. It's AMAZING. Hysterical. I'm completely addicted, and have a terrible crush on Jason Bateman.
I can't wait for the new season to start, May 26th. I highly recommend that you all binge on it at Netflix.
Yesterday, I was watching something on CNN about the Boston bomber's legal issues, and they were interviewing a well-known lawyer named Tom Mesereau. He's made a name for himself as the defense attorney to wayward stars, including Robert Blake and Michael Jackson. Here's his Wiki page.
Interestingly, about 20 years ago, I took a comedy improv class with this man. Tom was very sweet and dorky and terrible at comedy. Why was he in this comedy improv class? He thought it would help him to think on his feet during trials. I guess it worked!
11 Engagement Photos That Will Make You Happy You're Single. Too funny. A handful of faves...
Before you leave, my wonderful friend Elizabeth, from a moon, worn as if it had been a shell, has had a brilliant prose poem published in an online literary magazine. Please enjoy...
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