About teawithbuzz

Buzz was a cat.  He lived for six years with me and my husband in Pennsylvania, where I teach high school physics.  I’m the one who likes to drink tea.  Loose tea.  TGFOP tea.  Tea brewed with boiling hot water and steeped just long enough for full flavor without bitterness.  Buzz preferred water.  Fresh from the tap.  Stale water was not acceptable!

This blog is primarily for my friends and family to find out what I am doing, since my teaching career keeps me busy enough that I don’t see many of my friends very often.  Also, it is for my parents, since I don’t call them often enough.  I’m sorry, Mom!  I’m sorry Dad!  I will try to call more often!

Sometimes I write a post that a lot of people I don’t know come to visit.  My “how to remove popcorn ceiling” is one, as is my post on “tea, teapots, and Joey Roth’s Sorapot.”  Then there is the link to my fish-shaped ice-cream sandwich from Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories.  Wow.  I never expected to have that many hits in a day!  Then I linked to the story about zombie attack preparedness, and included an image of a dragon I found using Google.  Now I get a ton of hits from people looking for an image of a dragon.  Go figure.

If you are someone I don’t know, feel free to leave a comment anyway.  Welcome.  If you find something useful, good.  If not, well, this blog isn’t supposed to be useful, so I’m not going to worry about it.

One Response to “About teawithbuzz”

  1. Kimberley Sevcik Says:

    Dear Tea with Buzz,

    I was honored to see that you mentioned Camfed USA in your very selectively curated list of organizations worth giving to! I just wanted to let you know how much we here at Camfed all appreciate it.

    We have some exciting projects coming up in the next few months, including a ‘virtual village’ section of our web site, where you can ‘visit’ villages and hear the stories of schoolgirls, village chiefs, teacher-mentors, etc; and a summer school for high school graduates that will help prepare them to venture into the job world. If you’re interested in keeping up on our work, I’d encourage you to subscribe to our newsletter: http://us.camfed.org/subscribe.html

    Again, many, many thanks for your support. We’re tremendously grateful!

    Warm regards,
    Kimberley Sevcik
    Communications Manager

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