Hello fellow Tea Lovers! It’s Karla and I apologize for my long absence from the blog. I recently completed my Masters in Teaching and have been busy, busy, busy with school, student teaching and a continuing job search. Here is a lovely picture of what Oregon looks like when the sun is coming through the …
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I have some new students and they were asking last week what is appropriate to wear to okeiko? What is appropriate to wear to a chakai?
The short response is kimono is always appropriate to wear in the tea room. I almost always wear kimono, whether I am teaching, or receiving a bowl of tea …
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I took the photo above rather in tribute to Michael Kenna. He is one of my favorite photographers. He first came to my attention about 15 years ago, and I have been following his career ever since. He works exclusively in Black and White film. His photos are a meditation just to look at …
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