A drink of inspiration

I stopped at the supermarket yesterday and picked up some different kinds of herbal tea.  One of the herbal teas is verbena... it's supposed to be calming, which is perfect to drink while I sit in the new lounge chair. Oh, did I forget to mention that I bought myself a lounge chair for my front porch?

According to wikipedia verbena has some other useful aspects... "In the Modern Era, it is sometimes considered a powerful "ally" of poets and writers, as its relaxing effects can relieve writer's block." 

So look out... I might be inspired to post more often.

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  1. there's a tea by tazo named calm.. it helped me alot, im not sure if your tea is similar to tazo's but i think the way you describe your tea is similar to what i have experienced with tazo's tea. if this one doesn't work out for you, you can try tazo's tea! goodluck!

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