let me know if it happens and I will try some too!p.s. your drawings are the cutest! love how the guy was surrounded in black!
hahahha. um, the fact that that dream happened and then your friend said the exact same thing to me would freak me out. i would probably end up in a psych ward. go you for actually trying the tea. keep me posted on your life changing.
Your little drawings and stories pretty much make my day and put a smile on my face. Just sayin', please don't ever stop posting them!
yeah, so I never know if you're just weaving fascinating tales or if this stuff really happens to you (and I don't care either way cause I love it regardless!) but if this actually happened then I would have Fa-REAKED if somebody offered me the tea the next day!?!?!I woulda' been all "GET THEE BEHIND ME!!!" and stuff. ;)
I've never met a chai tea that did this for me...and perhaps this whole life-changing thing really has to do with the expectation of awesomeness and our ability to roll with it.But if this really happened to you, I think that the dark aura symbolizes an apprehension towards towards the tea.Just spitballin'.
Sometimes I take the cursor... which is mostly an arrow, but becomes a pointing-finger hand on your pictures... and stick it on the end of your story-people's arms and help them point at things while they talk... like chocolate-chai tea. It's very handy... so to speak.
Bahahahahaha! I need one of those.........
Oh my gosh, you are so cute it hurts!
i didn't know there WAS chocolate chai tea... i want some!
amylou: thanks, and i will absolutely keep you posted! :)e.day: yeah, it was a creepy moment. but i rather like the changing of life, so i went for it. i'm adventurous and brave like that. jen hammer: aw thank you! that put a smile on MY face. :Dchantelle: oh, it happened. maybe i should've been more freaked out than i was. next time, i'll remember to freak out.carla: hm. well i will let you know what comes of it. so far, still no changing of life. i do have a headache though. maybe that's the apprehension part of it.steven: haHA, i'm glad you do that. that makes me smile.kara: a chocolate chai tea, you mean? or a creepy dream? i hope you don't mean ben. he's taken.biscuit: i sure am glad you're around the ol' blog more these days. i like your comments. :)eef: you should absolutely get some. it's ah-maz-ing.
Ben looks very Sask Expressy there.
THANK you justine; that's exactly what i was going for. :D
first of all, what a crazy story!!kind of creepy and lovely all rolled in to one. now i want to try chocolate chai tea. secondly, i can't get over how adorable your drawings are. kudos!
I love this. LOVE LOVE LOVE. My journal is full of things like this haha.www.markandjamiewalker.blogspot.com
anna p: haha, creepy and lovely is a very strange combination. but good. i quite like it. like the movie big fish, or edward scissorhands. creepy, AND lovely.jamie: thanks so much! :D i'd love to see some of yours.
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