cornucopiaAs many of you prepare to spend the day with family and friends, I can’t resist the urge to share my feelings on this day of grace.

I suspect it all begins with the leaf – a simple piece of nature that mother earth got just right.  It offers powerful nutrients to our bodies and comfort to our souls, yet asks nothing of us in return.

My staff at T Ching is comprised of a very special group of people who are all passionate about tea in one form or another.  They give of themselves, as the leaf does, asking for nothing in return.  They’ve worked tirelessly in recent months as we stand poised to launch our new site.  We think you’re really going to love it.

Our guest contributors make up the heart and soul of T Ching, again, asking for nothing in return but to share their insights, their stories, and their hearts with our community of bloggers who hail from 27 countries around the world.

It is you, our beloved readers, who have made T Ching the #1 tea blog on the planet (aka, the Internet).  We are grateful for your continued support and participation.  But let me assure you, you ain’t seen nothing yet.  I wish I could say more, but please know that we’re working to bring you something that is going to thrill and delight each and every one of you.  One of the reasons I believe tea came into my life was to teach me patience.  I have to admit I’m still a work in progress.

Thank you all for bringing tea and T Ching into your lives, your homes, and your hearts.  I wish you all a year of health, peace, and joy.