My Day in Cuppas
How do you start the day?
I always start the day with a breakfast of fresh fruit and a bowl of oat bran or a piece of toast. I also have a glass of water with a Vitamin C tablet.
If you could sit anywhere and enjoy a cup of tea where would it be?
On a sun-filled balcony overlooking the sea or on my settee in front of a fire looking out at the garden.
Did you know you could put teabags in your kitchen caddy?
Yes - and I do!
Who do you like chatting to over tea?
I like to meet friends in a café for a catch-up but usually it’s just me with a cup of tea in front of the telly. I love dramas such as Grantchester and I’m a fan of soaps.
What do you like doing to switch off?
I love a good walk beside the sea. I have always loved the sea and find it very therapeutic in all its powerful forms.
What do you like to dunk in your tea?
I’m not a big biscuit eater but occasionally I like to dunk a ginger nut in my tea!
How do you wind up your day?
Usually clearing emails and paperwork. I don’t like clutter. I love getting eight hours of sleep a night but it doesn’t happen that often!
Pamela is just one of many people in Northern Ireland who enjoy a good cuppa. Discover the reasons why we love tea.
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