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I'm Thankful For...

Rae Hering

A list. A very short list, but an honest one.

I'm thankful for my hanging succulent plants. Every time I look at them I think about how they started out as one small plant. I think about how we all have the potential for such abundant growth!

 
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I'm thankful for my patrons. The connections and friendships that are forming on Patreon literally keep me going every day.

I'm thankful that dark chocolate exists. 

I'm thankful for the challenge of learning new things, like how to make my own album artwork. I never knew that's a thing I could do until it became a necessity and I did it! Funny how that works...

 
 

I'm thankful for my husband Jonathan who has the rare ability to think up creative ways to help me with my music career and who has believed in me from the beginning.

I'm thankful for Simon the Cat who has a talent for being the perfect cuddly reprieve when I'm working too hard.

 
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I'm thankful for warm cups of tea and comfy clothes at the end of the day.

I'm thankful for intermittent fasting, which keeps me healthy and grounded and feeling totally not guilty for the big Thanksgiving feast I'm about to it!

I'm thankful for YOU. Thanks for spending some time on my website to read this post.

What are you thankful for this year?

Nothing working for that sore throat?

Rae Hering

What’s a musician to do with three shows this week and a raspy throat that makes her sound like Scuttle in the Little Mermaid??  Well, let’s open up the pantry…zicam, airborne, lemon, honey, zinc, garlic, chicken broth, vitamin C, throat coat tea, neti pot, cough drops, apple cider vinegar…

OK, I’ve got enough vitamins and superfoods to start a homeopathy side business, but even still, sometimes a cold manages to kick my I’m-sick-so-I-get-to-sit-on-the-couch-and-watch-Netflix butt! (Hey, any excuse will do 🤧 😬)

Point is, this up-and-down weather’s got me keeping Kleenex in steady business this year and it’s likely you’re in the same 2-play boat.  Thankfully, I learned of a new trick to bolster my medicine bag when I visited Music City Tea yesterday… 

 
Jenny, owner of Music City Tea, pouring me up some tea to taste.

Jenny, owner of Music City Tea, pouring me up some tea to taste.

 

First of all, I just love visiting this locally owned and operated teashop.  I go there to stock up on this killer Black Water Fairy Oolong that's sourced straight from the Chinese province that the owner, Jenny, comes from; her family has been making green, white, black and oolong teas in the Wuyishan area of the Fujian Province for over three generations, and it tastes like it, too!

So I was about to head out the door with my oolong when Jenny noticed my hoarse voice and suggested Farmer’s Tea.  Well…OK, let’s give it a try!  Another great thing about this teashop is that you can try any of the teas before you buy.  Believe me, if you sit down at her tea table the teas will keep coming!  

 
Looks like  Simon , my Persian kitty, likes Farmer's Tea, too!  NO CAFFEINE, steep in boiling water for 5-10 sec.

Looks like Simon, my Persian kitty, likes Farmer's Tea, too!  NO CAFFEINE, steep in boiling water for 5-10 sec.

 

So I sat down and she poured me up some Farmer’s Tea with fair warning that it does not taste good.  After following her instructions to slurp (yes, noisily slurp), gargle, swallow, and repeat two more times I can say that indeed, you don’t drink Farmer’s Tea for the flavor; however, it doesn’t taste horrible.   

As yesterday progressed and a few hours went by I’ve gotta say my voice started doing much better!  Guys, I think I’ll be ready for my shows this week!  Next time I feel a cold coming on I’ll make sure to get the Farmer’s Tea out right away.

To check out Music City Tea’s various teas and tea sets, visit: www.musiccitytea.com