Tuesday, February 03, 2009

BB's first pie

I was going to bake a pie for dinner at ML's, but BB volunteered to do
it--I told him what to do. It came out very good!
Delicious--apple-berry--apple, raspberry and blackberry. And it's
already been devoured. His first ever pie, yum!


Nadine said...

Never made a pie before? Bizarre.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

He's made cookies, cake, spaghetti, steak, and lots of other things, but it was his FIRST pie.

Anonymous said...

Good Morning Everyone!

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I think e-cards are such a good way to help the environment, they save on paper, and if you choose a free site, you are saving on stamps too!! Lots of my friends sent them instead of Christmas cards this year! I have trawled through lots of different sites, but have now finally found the best free e-Card site for me.
However, I think this is one of those cases of 'don't knock it till you've tried it' I think when you try something new, you are recommended it by word of mouth, and that is exactly what happened to me. There is such a lot of choice on this particular site, and fun applications where you can load your own photos and add them to the card. (This is called Face It) I put one of my dad in there and sent it to him, he said it made him smile. You can load different photos of your friends into different cartoon characters! My favorite one is the cartoon of Elvis dancing! Just wanted to share my findings with you all! Hope this is useful, warmest wishes,

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I make my own ecards.