This week is one of the most unproductive weeks. Tomorrow will be my fourth visit to the National Skin Center within the span of 10 days.
I don’t take the husband for granted, he doesn’t have to bring me to the clinic, although I would really be quite stressed out with the transportation, but it is not his job to accompany me to NSC for non-emergency medical attention. I am very thankful that he is willing to take time off his busy schedule to do this for me.
We both deserve a good cuppa tea! Except that he prefers Earl Grey now.
We were about to leave home for lunch in prior to the appointment at NSC, and the postman came with 2 packages! I ripped off the packages quickly, and found a lovely surprise! Lovely rose green tea from Wan, a very dear friend.
I didn’t have time for anything ever since I had the test patches on my back which caused me much discomfort. Then, I wanted to use as much time left to work on the orders; I’d love to stay on schedule.
Today is Singapore’s 47th birthday, and it’s a public holiday. Not that it makes much difference to me, since I still work, but it does feel like I can slow down the pace for a bit.
I made the tea for the husband and myself after lunch. He had junk food – airfried wings, nuggets, and frieds; I had my fruit salad (that’s right, I wasn’t tempted at all!). My lunch was perfect after the laborious housework – which was really just vacuuming and mopping the floor.
I love the pretty dried rose petals and leaves in the pyramid sachet! The tea is fragrant with a hint of rose, and leaves a light aftertaste. Some green teas are ‘sharp’ on tongue, and leaves a sappy aftertaste; this doesn’t.
I found the Osulloc website, but it’s all in Korean, so it’s very challenging to navigate the website, let alone buying. I found another seller on Qoo10, but variety is very limited.
I guess I will want to visit the museum when I get to visit South Korea.