It's been a strange day.
Woke up with a really bad neck ache.
And while I was doing the laundry, I checked the mail...
Clickety to continue.
Click the first picture, then click the pic to move forward in the story.
As for the rest of things, got back from Israel at the end of February, and my grandfather died early March, so been busy trying to be helpful.
Looking into going to school, and other than that, just existing between strange moments that seem to define my life.
I'm done writing by now, so you may as well go back up and click the link. Go ahead. Nothing bad'll happen...
You do receive much more "novel" mail than we do.
Going through the photos right now--is the tea light scented? Must have more info
Tea? ...I don't recall getting tea, Amy. Got just about everything else, though.
Jeez guy, don't you know any other women? A tea-light is a small candle, typically in a tin tray.
Well, I really don't know all that many women, and for sure I had no idea they'd call a candle a tea light.
What next? Call the other candles tapers? Pfft.
Anyway, to your query, I can't smell anything, but the box was full of strange smells to begin with, and I've never had all that great a sense of smell.
But it wouldn't surprise me if that 'tea light' had any aroma you could imagine. Or especially some you wouldn't want to...
I've never heard it called a 'tea light'. Why that name, anyway?
Because they were/are used in "Tea warmers" to keep a pot of tea warm.
Thanks, TB, ... I couldn't find an answer. And my missus peddled a LOT of those things (and others) for a few years.
Aha. Well, I guess that's why we don't call them that - because we don't use them for keeping tea warm. Thanks for the info TB.
TB--I would've just said something along the lines of, 'Because that's what they're called'
...a little too knowledgeable, indeed.
Only Martha Stewart should know such things.
...did she send you to spy on me?
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