As trying as times may be, there is always plenty to celebrate. We think it is important to acknowledge the joys large and small that each day brings -- and where there is tea to share, there is always joy! These are some of the things we are happy to celebrate this holiday season:Bill: I'm thankful for our tea customers who are the most interesting and calm people I have ever met. I would like to believe it is because they are tea drinkers.Janet: I am celebrating Bill, our great tea customers who have been open to all the teas we have introduced over the years and our staff who fills every bag of tea by hand, as well as a thousand other jobs around here to keep the place going.Megan: I am grateful for my husband and kids and that my husband returned safely from Iraq.Katie: The highlight of my year was moving to Nashville and exploring this new, busy and vibrant city! But of course I brought Todd & Holland tea with me, and it reminds me of home and family. :)Sam: My mother is someone who I am extremely grateful for. She means the world to me and supports me in everything I do and want to do in the future. Frank: I am grateful for the opportunity and ability to work, and attend school, and having a home during these long, chilly winter months.Olivia: I am celebrating the start of my career caring for marine animals. I am grateful for the opportunities local zoos and aquariums have provided for me, and the amazing animals I get to interact with daily.Emily: I am thankful for the family and friends that surround me and the privilege to receive a higher education.Rebecca: I am grateful for my extremely supportive and loving family. And I am celebrating being happy and healthy.Amalia: I am grateful for my supportive family and friends and opportunities I have.Gavin: I am grateful for my friends and family and for the great education I receive.So, raise your cup and toast to the joys that this year brought you! May this cheer sustain you long after the holidays and into the new year. We would love to hear from you guys the things you are celebrating this joyous season. So please don't be shy and leave a comment below. Winter SolsticeA blend of teas with bergamot and black currant. It has an exotic Russian feel, sure to keep you warm during the bleakest days of winter. Cinnamon Roasted AlmondA street cart in Boston Commons couldn't deliver a better treat than this brew of apple pieces, chipped almonds, cinnamon, and beetroot pieces.