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I was looking through old photos recently when I came across some of my Dad and I. Seeing our smiles reminded me of how close we always were, especially before he moved.
One of my favorite childhood memories are the weekly tea parties we used to have. I missed them and thought it would be a fun idea to figure out how to have a virtual tea party, so we could continue our tradition even now that we live far apart and don’t get to see each other as often as we would like.
I can still picture my Dad pulling out Bigelow Tea’s “Constant Comment” while I gathered up my stuffed animals for our party.
What is Bigelow Tea’s “Constant Comment”? It is a tea that broke the rules, changed the game, and was created for those who refuse to settle. Even now my Dad still drinks Bigelow “Constant Comment” Tea every single day.
Here’s How To Have A Virtual Tea Party
- First head to your local Walmart to purchase Bigelow “Constant Comment” Tea, or you can simply hover over the photo below to click through and purchase it. I purchased a few boxes of tea to be sent directly to my Dad’s house.
- Much like “Constant Comment”: Curiously Different. Impossible to Forget, figure out that unforgettable person you want to invite to your virtual tea party. I invited my Dad of course. I also surprised him by purchasing a few boxes of tea to be sent directly to his house.
- Pick a date for your virtual tea party and send an invite. My Dad and I picked to have weekly virtual tea parties on Sunday evenings so we could catch up on the previous week.
- When it is time for your virtual tea party, brew up a steaming mug of tea and let “Constant Comment” tea transport you out of the ordinary, into places of unexpected discovery. I chose to use FaceTime with my Dad, but you can pick any method of video chatting.
- Last but certainly not least, enjoy your Bigelow “Constant Comment” Tea with anyone you want to (near or far).
Now that you now how to have a virtual tea party, who would you want to enjoy Bigelow “Constant Comment” Tea with first?