I just won an auction for another gongfu kit to tide me over until the husband can start using his shop for projects. I am not particularly enamored of the gaiwan and cups, but it also includes a chapan and a set of tools. Finding the wooden tools and slotted tray as part of the deal for such a low price… well, it’s something I couldn’t pass up.
I’m waiting for another auction with some cups, gaiwan, and pitcher – and it includes aroma cups, which seem very hard to find for a decent price. Crossing my fingers.
This entry was made mostly to finish the requirements for claiming this blog on Technorati, so sorry for the lack of exciting content. There should be more next week after we get settled into our new digs. I have a plan for a little nook by the fireplace that will be perfect for curling up with a cup of tea and a good book. Now to find a pretty wingback chair and matching ottoman.
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