What is the first thing you do every single day (I mean, after you hit the snooze button)? When did that step in your routine begin?
At times, alarm is not needed to hit a snooze button, for I’ve experienced that daily practice of rising early in the morning gradually conditions the natural human clock and since the marriage of my elder sister, I’m in a habit of making morning tea for my family.
I could say that I’m in habit of making “breakfast” but I’m conscious here for my expertise in breakfast are limited in making tea and omelet. I’m not good in making parathas and my father loved to eat one in his breakfast. So, I knead dough for my mother and then she makes delicious parathas for us.
The tea culture is very popular in Asia. Without it the breakfast is incomplete and evenings remain dull in its absence. I’ve observed my aunt making tea for a whole family. That involves making thirty to forty cups at a time and she’s quite good at it.
Such, is the importance of tea which adds flavor to the family gatherings and this is what I do after hitting my snooze button, for I believe that without “tea” even “parathas” are tasteless 🙂
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