So when we to the garden I chose to write about the spiky brown balls which I now know are called sweet gum balls but I am just gonna call them brown spiky balls. I also learned that they are not sweet and are actually poisonous to human so change the name. The reason why… Continue reading Spiky brown things
Cinque Parole: Che Schifo!: Che Schifo means “how gross” or “disgusting”. Mi piace perche é buffa frase. Io scelto questa frase perche é molta importante. Brutto: Brutto means “ugly”. Mi piace/scelto brutto, perché é buffo chiamare bambini brutti. Gelato: Gelato is a type of italian ice cream, I would consider it a fancy ice cream.… Continue reading Italiano blog 1
In this tea tasting we were supposed to smell and touch the tea leaves but I could not smell anything from the tea leaves and I did not touch them because that would be weird. The first tea I had was the white tea which was not white it was yellow so the name should… Continue reading Tea Tasting
The first sentence I chose was, “At that time it was indigenous peoples of the southwest who picked the leaves o f the wild tea plant (Camellia sinensis; native to what are now the provinces o f Yunnan and Sichuan, and also northern Myanmar)” (Wilkinson). The second sentence I chose was, “Later on, a bush… Continue reading The different origins of tea
I never thought someone could be such a stickler for something as mundane as tea but I was wrong. George Orwell has a very specific way of preparing his and if you do anything different when preparing your tea then you’re preparing your tea wrong. He believes that if you add sugar to tea you… Continue reading George Orwell is a tea snob
Just like this cat I have made mistakes and have learned from them. That cat will never go under that dresser again I will never go shopping with Joe again.