It’s a sweet day

At the risk of appearing to be more than a little bit pie-obsessed, I give you this:

It’s Pie Day at the middle school, a tradition in which parents send pies for the teachers the Friday before Thanksgiving . It’s a small but sweet way of showing our thanks to the teachers for everything they do for our kids. Thanks to my get-‘er-done friend Amy Pace, I’m now a proud contributor to Pie Day. Two of these beauties are going to school, and the other two are going to friends: one who is recovering from surgery, and one who makes me hit it hard at the gym. There is something deliciously ironic about taking a homemade Derby pie–chock full of sugar, butter, eggs, nuts, chocolate chips and whisky–to my trainer at the gym.

As I might have mentioned before, I love pie. I don’t eat it nearly as often as I should considering the flood of good memories it gives me of my mom and her superstar pie-baking skills. I’m happy to pass that good feeling on to my friends and my kid’s teachers today. Pie for everyone!

4 Comments on “It’s a sweet day”

  1. Trevor Hicks says:

    Pie for everyone? I don’t recall being offered any pie. Listen, Missy. Don’t force me to break out the Eric Cartman quote.

  2. David Benbow says:

    There’s nothing wrong with being pie-obsessed. The problem is that you didn’t save one for yourself (and apparently Trevor wants some too).

  3. elizabeth connolly says:

    so glad you are feeling pie happy. Where’s mine??? Love Bettyanne

  4. There is nothing better than a perfect pie.

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