first of all, what I'm having:
I found a really good organic plain old black tea
... at my store it's only 4.99 for a box of 100 ...
(God bless Paul Newman)
my morning cuppa was on the front steps this morning
sitting next to the potted mint
(which must be potted - or it becomes the alpha plant in the garden)
the info about how to make the mint marker is HERE
and the pinwheel was easy to make out of an aluminum can
(just look for a paper pinwheel pattern and do the same thing using aluminum)
I quickly became distracted with the miniature world in my rock and shell boxes
... I'm glad the snail is more at home here than in my mint plant!
these oyster shells are from a barbecue last year
raw oysters - one of my all time favorite foods
it tastes just like the ocean in your mouth and transports me back to my body surfing days
and the sky this morning?
it's an oyster shell overhead