NATIONAL PIE DAY
National Pie Day is celebrated annually on January 23rd. (Not to
be confused with March 14 which is PI π Day.)
National Pie Day was created simply to celebrate the pie. It
is a day for all to bake or cook their favorite pies. Even more importantly,
it is a day set aside for all to enjoy eating pies!
The first pies appeared around 9500 BC in the Egyptian Neolithic
period or New Stone Age.
1. Okay, fess up. Tell us your top three favorite
pies, please. Will you have some pie today? Chocolate, Coconut Cream and Cherry and I
will probably not have pie today, because pie is something I rarely ever eat.
2. While we are talking about food... are you a picky eater
or are you ready to try almost any new food? What is the worst thing you
have ever eaten? I don’t think I’m a picky eater
but there are some things I don’t like and won’t eat. Liver!
3. Baking could be considered an art as could cooking.
How do you define art? I think art is a way to express yourself
and your feelings about something.
4. Tell us a really stupid joke that made you laugh, please.
5. January 23rd is also National Handwriting Day. Do you
have nice handwriting? Did cursive writing come naturally or did you practice
in those double-lined practice books until your fingers hurt? My
writing is semi-readible, but definitely not pretty. I’m sure I practice, but I really can’t
remember that far back.
6. Tell us something random about your week. I
finished a really good book yesterday morning (when I couldn’t sleep). It’s called “Full Disclosure” by Dee
Henderson. I’ve got two more books by
her on my Kindle to read next. I’ve
probably read at least 8 or 9 books by this officer and have loved every one of
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