I tried some Ginger Tea and used a green mug from my ever growing collection of colorful thrifted china.
This is something I bought at an Asian market some time ago. I put it on a shelf and forgot about it. Not much is written on the packet in a language I can read so it was an adventure of sorts. It appeared to be granules of ginger and sugar and you stirred it into a cup of hot water. That much of the directions I could make out. I do wonder why it is called "Tea" when there is no tea in it. While it was on the sweet side the ginger was clearly present. I like ginger so that was fine with me.
There is an old cemetery at the edge of town I've been wanting to visit so this time I did. A sign says it was established in 1836 and you can see it has a very "country" feeling.
There were a number of large family plots, edged with a sidewalk and containing one large memorial and a number of flat headstones.
While the grass is very brown, the grounds were well kept and clean. I saw a crew working in a distant section. I found out that the crew was made up of people who had been ordered to do community service by the court for one reason or another. Seems like a good community service to me.
Do you like to visit old cemeteries? Some people find it odd but I find them interesting.