I really, really loved using the Chinese tea thermos that I purchased a few weeks ago, as relayed in this previous article. I found that Dragon Well and Yunnan Green both worked exceptionally well for multiple infusions throughout the day. However, I did not pay enough attention to the vulnerability of the glass and I transformed it into something more akin to a kaleidoscope. I am certain that it would be very easy to keep one of these vessels from breaking, and I intend to get another one to prove it, but I made the mistake of letting mine roll around in the backseat of my Suzuki Samurai, which is pretty close to the roughest, bounciest ride of any passenger vehicle ever made. The poor tea thermos didn’t stand a chance. It broke at the vulnerable place, where the inner glass connected in a ring to the outer, thicker glass, and then the inner section broke into smaller pieces as it crashed against the walls and bottom. The outer glass and the lid remained intact, safely containing the fragments and wet tea leaves inside, which I suppose is at least a better situation than it might have been.
So, while I still highly recommend the glass vessels over the easier-to-find plastic ones, some additional care is necessary. I was very sad to see what I had let happen, but I will be more careful with the next one. I can not think of a single instance in which I broke any nice tea things at home, but the back-and-forth from work requires more attention. Lesson learned.
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Two Types of Major College scholarships
Just before we get in composition, let me define what i’m saying by a ‘major’ scholarship. You can find two major types We are focusing on. The foremost is the kind that promises more than just bucks. These free college funding also include unique mentoring, enrichment experiences, management development, study opportunities, embraced experiences by using a cohort connected with fellow historians, and/or entrance to an is in program. Any some of these activities might be marketed in addition to a whole (or close full) journey to college. Could possibly be anywhere from some to 52 scholarships to go around for each inbound class in various colleges in the United States (the Stamps President’s Scholarship from Georgia Tech falls straight into this category).
The second type scholarship is one of expensive or perhaps most exclusive scholarship within a particular university. It’s not unconventional to find some or 20 of these scholarships or grants sitting there with the students considered ‘the good the best’ in the newly arriving class. Requirements for line is often very scholastically focused, but is not exclusively. Bonuses beyond financing for the cost of attendance usually are hit or miss, typically miss (though sometimes these come with admission to an recognizes program).