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December 7, 2010

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Jacqueline

Dearest alexis, i stumble upon your lovely swet space here while googling for tea party. I really enjoy your writting and your love for tea.

Melange Tea Cart is awesome and i really enjoy the little interview you did with Boris...truly inspiring!

Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

alexis

Jacqueline, Thank you kindly for your lovely comment. p.s. your elephant coasters are fabulous! Perfect to use while sipping Rooibos tea from Africa!

notesontea

I have been thinking about a tea truck and I have a name, too. Great interview.

Jacqueline

Dear Alexis, thanks so much for your kind comments you've taken the time to send my way and thank you so much for visiting my little shop. :) I adore your haiku teacups! Love to you!

alexis

notesontea-glad to hear that the tea truck dream is on your mind. can't wait to hear about it! how fun!

Briar

This is a great idea! From what I recall, this is how Zhena of Zhena's Gypsy Tea started her business, too. She sold tea from a small cart and it ended up turning into an amazing company. We shouldn't underestimate the value of starting (& often staying!) small...

alexis

Briar, I did not know that Zhena started her business with a cart. What an inspiring story! Thanks for sharing.

I completely agree that starting and often staying small is the way to truly discover success both personally and professionally.

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