Care to Join Us?

It’s been…[cough]…a while since I posted here. I’m not sure if I will have any readers left. But if you are here, perhaps you would care to join me for a nice cup of tea?

drink - v

Or maybe you’d prefer a hot chocolate? With marshmallows, no less.

drink - r

Yes, this week’s Sketch Tuesday assignment was to draw something you drink. How did you guess?

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8 thoughts on “Care to Join Us?

  1. Sharon Mann says:

    Welcome back, a cup of tea sounds good. A friend gave me some chocolate tea to try, maybe today is a good day for something new. Have a terrific day.

  2. Cup of tea is fine by me! Good to see you back!

  3. Ben Naga says:

    I hope your absence was not the result of bad stuff in your life. (I’m not fishing for details BTW. πŸ™‚ )

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