Some people have had their fill No not me. It’s early November and I’m still here celebrating all the good from not just pumpkins, but cider encompasses more of the holiday season. I did just say those magical words.
I love all the colors, the scents, the flavors, and most of all, the images of what this time of year has to offer. There’s good in all facets of life, in all times of year, and life in general. But this part of the calendar can or could lead to a million and one emotions. You know what I’m talking about here.
Even with potential obstacles, challenges, and hopefully the best memories possible rising to the surface, there’s so much to love about this time of year. That includes a gem of teas from one of my favorite places The Fresh Market.
Their pumpkin spice tea was down to its last few canisters that I only felt it was right to snag one. So for that this review may be a few weeks too late, but with Thanksgiving being a bit of a ways away, I don’t see the rush to get into the winter teas just yet. Yet we’re seeing more than hints of all these holiday favorites. So there may be one or two more fall like posts that need to be dusted off, within all the pending commotion.
There’s a lot to love about this, yet it’s so simple. In a constantly busy time and world, simple is always welcome.
I have so much pumpkin tea stored away, that I drink it all year round. It may defeat the purpose, but why waste such great tea? Why waste tea anyways? That’s right…
When discovering this immaculate fall display, I just had to buy the exquisite pair of pumpkin spice and apple cider cookies from Dewey’s Bakery.
At 12 calories a piece (I know right!), you can get carried away in enjoying them. But that is what this season and life can be all about. If you’re enjoying these moments, these experiences, and the joys of fall, then there’s no need to feel bad or guilty about any of this. Indulgence on your own or with loved ones can lead to some of the best memories of all. That can happen any time of year.
Warning, these cookies are habit forming. Paired with this tea, it’s a winner. I only wish I got to talking about this much sooner.
If time and the universe allows I may dust off a couple of more gems from the fall. Maybe in retrospect. There’s just so much to choose from, and so many can sadly get lost in the shuffle through no fault of their own. With all the greatness of fall and the wide away of foods and teas to choose from, I wish I could dedicate more time to all of this.
Happy November, Happy Holiday Season, and I wish you much happiness!
With that being said, more to come…
Oooo I see cider up there! Yes free samples are the best!
Peace Be With You.