Just get a teabag, such as Tetley or any other brand that can be found quite easily.
1. Get a kettle (preferably electric for easiness, though if you want to go old school, a kettle for a gas cooker is acceptable), and place under a water tap or other water source.
2. Turn on the tap and fill up the kettle until a preferred amount of water in. This amount depends on the capacity of kettle and how many people the tea is for.
3. Turn the tap off at desired volume and place the kettle back on stand.
4. Switch on the kettle at the plug and hit the switch on the kettle, or if using gas cooker switch on the gas cooker and place kettle ontop of it.
5. Wait until the water is boiling. This will be shown by smoke plumes, and in most modern electric kettles the kettle will switch off.
Now for the tea making part...
6. Put some boiling water (1/2 a cup is sufficient) into a teapot (this is preferred choice for company, when alone can take a lazier option but this doesn't apply to you). Swish this water about and let sit for a minute.
7. Pour out this water and place teabags of choice into the teapot (usually 2-3 are sufficient, depending on the size of the teapot some more may be required but this should be fine for 3 people).
8. Pour in the boiling water into the teapot, and then using a spoon stir the water for a short period of 30-60 seconds.
9. Remove the teabag from the teapot and place in a 'garbage can' (which you will call a 'bin' infront of your British guest - make her feel at home).
10. Take the teapot and a tea cup (with a saucer) to your guest, and begin to slowly pour the tea into the cup when the guest is there so she can inform you how much she wants.
11. Offer her milk (in a small jug if got a small ceramic jug - I mean small ie 100ml or thereabouts) and sugar (in a small sugar bowl if possible). If she accepts, then also let her see the milk and sugar go in so she can tell you when to stop.
12. Now sit down and entertain your guest.
Side notes: Digestive biscuits and Baternberg cake are suitable for along with the tea, as are scones of any type - with butter of course and depending on the scone, jams may be a good idea - don't go overboard on the selection, just strawberry, raspberry and maybe some other jam - not marmalade anyway.
That sounds simple enough.
That is perfect. Except for taking out the Teabags. You may as well leave them in. She is Old and from wales. The Stronger the Better.
I am just wondering because I have 2gigs already. So, in theory, I could buy a single 2gig stick and have 3 gigs. I was wondering if that was possible. For some reason I keep wanting to remember someone telling me laptop RAM has to be paired.
I am a computer science student, albeit not a very good one, but as far as I remember even two paired one gig sticks would work as well as mismatched 3 gig sticks.
A mate of mine (who has no musical ability at all) Lectures me everytime I mention something about my guitar. He has never seen me play in all my 2 years of playing but he still insists that I am not good enough. I mean his remarks come out of nowhere. He is training to be a "drector" which he will never do professionally because of his lack of vision for any other arts. Yet he insists he is right about the abilities I have that he will never see.
Step 1: Decide who you want to go see. Step 2: Find their website. Step 3: Find out if they're coming to Seattle (If not repeat steps 1 and 2) Step 4: Obtain tickets (I'm not sure if Ticketmaster is there in Seattle if not look on the website or go to where they will be showing)
It appears to me that he wants to see some local bands. Not Huge bands.
My advice just talk to people who fit the "style" (e.g. college students) and ask them where a good place would be.
I cant play mandolins, the frets are tiny and my fingers go over two or three of the higher up the neck. Make sure you can play one before you buy it.
When I got my dad his one first of all I couldnt play it now I can. Its more about just learning the correct way to do it. Hard to leanr but when you do its fantastic!!!
I advise going with the non flat top non electric one that was linked. The electronics in mandolins are kind of pointless unless you will be performing soon. Also the quality of the standard ones (generally) is not fantastic.
This is the point of this Thread. For that 9 months it is not JUST her body. She is playing host to a visitor. and this is a very vulnerable guest. 9 months without drink will not kill the mother but 9 months with drink could kill the baby.