Sweet Potato Comfort Pie Founder Hosts Virtual Tea Parties
There’s a need to comfort families, communities and yourself during the stay-at-home mandate.
Rose McGee, the creator of Sweet Potato Comfort Pie (SPCP), and five others have found a way to do just that.
The group is hosting virtual tea parties in hopes of providing a moment to stop the worries.
During the virtual tea time, inspiring tips will be given to assist participants with their own reflections, healing and community connection.
“People get to talk about why they have the hat they had on. Last week it was share your favorite tea cup,” explained McGee. “People had all kinds of stories, everything from fancy stories to just the mug and the importance of that mug.”
McGee said there were about 40 people at the first gathering. She’s hoping more will join during the second event on Saturday.
This Saturday, participants can show off how they wear their headscarves. The scarves can be anything cultural, religious, stylish or just for a bad hair day.
“Whatever you can do to bring something that’s meaningful, that you love in your life, at this time it’s really important,” McGee said.
McGee said each gathering will feature a different tea to drink.
The second tea gathering will be Saturday, April 17th at 2 PM.
- Click here to register for the SPCP virtual tea parties