Is it just me or do you people have Beverage Problems?
Not as in problems discerning a beverage: if it slops its a beverage.
And not as in construction of a beverage: there's a reason companies generally label their products before they decorate the supermarket shelves, but then again, if you keep buttons and trims in a tea-caddy you deserve all you get (guilty!).
Mind you, there's the story of someone who kept their grandfather's ashes in a cocoa tin marked 'gravy'...(no offence intended)
No, I'm talking of the sort of problem where you create your desired beverage and then misuse it accidentally.
Tea, mainly. Although there have been problems with ink. Luckily turps, white vinegar and white spirit each have very distinctive aromas...but hot cocoa and left-over gravy sauce have interchanged themselves in the past...
Back to the beverage problem at hand- literally...
I'm working on dolls at present since I've managed to convince M. that I am a competent enough doll maker to give an Autumn workshop at her place. (Faith is the key: Amen, sister!) I don't like white dolls and love working with tea-dyed calico, regular readers will no doubt recall previous accidents?
I guess regular readers can also see where this is going...
So as I am working very hard I make myself a nice cuppa tea. Oh look there's hot water left in the kettle, two more tea bags into the wide necked plastic water jug, add hot water, stir to a nice dyeing colour, gather the snippets of calico needing attention and... very carefully.... drop the lot... into... my lovely fresh cuppa cha.
Now I have to wash the soya milk out of the calico and start again.
Nothin' easy, I'm tellin' ya!
Like I say: grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.....