classy as fuck.
But no really, we do a bit of shopping through American E Shopping to get airline points and you get get 4 miles/$ buying wine from this one site.
adagioteas replied to your post:I finally got my adagio package today (bad weather…We will be happy to offer you the difference in price since you purchased just a few days ago. Please email us at email@example.com with your order id and we’ll hook you up.
CAN I JUST SAY THAT I FUCKING LOVE ADAGIO?
Okay, I was just venting that I’d missed a sale but they’re going to give me the difference! HOW FUCKING COOL IS THAT? Best belated birthday present ever
This is why Adagio will forever be my one and only tea company.
Another reason I love Adagio as a company. Once they had a promo for super fast shipping if you ordered within 24 hrs or something, but my order was delayed a few days and they included an apology note explaining the situation at their warehouse. Love them forever.
$212, round trip 1 hr flights. Woohoo. Are you kidding me…. I was planning to live in Southern Oregon for at least 2-3 years and I think after that I’ll move farther north (if I stay in Oregon) to be closer to clinic. Call me spoiled but previously I lived in a city that had a CF clinic in it, 45 mins from my house. I’m NEVER driving to/from Portland in 24 hrs for a clinic apt ever again. It was murder on my back.
But my oldest sister is flying out from Memphis for a few days to go to clinic with me so it’s worth it.
Can’t catch my breath well today at all. I woke up in the middle of the night last night because my sinuses were so clogged and my chest was so tight I couldn’t breathe. Last PFTs were 85% and I feel like they’re down a bit right now, maybe 80, 82%?
Luckily I’m keeping up at work pretty well. Sure I get tired in the afternoons but that’s normal for anyone is a physically demanding job. At least my back has stopped bothering me. That’s one of my big fears with this, getting an injury. I re-enroll for benefits this summer and I’m planning on taking out short term disability insurance just in case God forbid I a) have to be hospitalized or b) get injured on the job. We have a PT that’s been out for over 4 months with a torn meniscus….
Sometimes I wonder how long I’ll be able to do this for, health-wise. I’m hoping for at least 5-10 years full time. We have an OT with MS and she works 3-4 days a week 6-8 hrs and gets by alright.
The actual smell of rain comes from plants. When plants are in drought they produce oils in replacement for waters. When the time comes and it finally starts raining the plants get their needed water and they release these oils in the air and the smell of that oil is what we call smell of rain
And in the Arizonan desert I think the “smell of rain” is actually the smell of creosote because it’s so abundant.
That’s one big thing I miss about AZ, compared to OR; the rain here doesn’t smell like anything really, just kind of “wet.” And I wouldn’t really call it RAIN either…. it’s like sprinkly-mist (and it’s quiet!)
Well, more like a 6 month review, but all annual reviews are done in February. Anyways, at the end my boss said, “I’m really glad we have you… I’m just… really glad.” Awwww. She also said, “It’s really neat that there’s such an age difference with you and everyone else but it doesn’t feel that way at all.” Which is very true. They’re all getting quite excited over my upcoming 21st birthday….
But it is neat because everyone else is at least 45+ years old (avg, is probably 55?) with 15+ years experience and here I am, not legal to even drink and 6 months under my belt but I wouldn’t have it any other way.