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Re: temps

Years (and years) ago when I lived in Canada, I experimented with various 
"hot drinks" since I could not drink milk and was too young for 
coffee.  Found that hot lemonade and hot oj was very good.  Try it, you may 
like it.  In winter, I still often have my morning juice hot.

Bonnie 6+ ETN

At 07:28 PM 1/23/03 -0500, you wrote:
> > I was traveling home from a dentist apptmt at noon and heard the temp
> > here was    1 deg .....  but it was a + and the sun was shining
> >     Ceres
>Well it's friggin' cold here. Good thing I've got some lap-cats.
>I've finally found a beverage to keep me warm.  I always hated tea, tried
>all kinds; they all tasted like dirty water.  Don't want too much coffee at
>night.  Even decaf. I really prefer coffee in the am.  And too many hot
>chocolates in the winter aren't good for you.  Then I remembered I like the
>green tea in Asian restaurants.  It's not like other teas.  So I found out
>it comes in tea bags.  Made some tonight and it's really pretty good....and
>it's WARM!
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