Sunday, March 15, 2009

I Get an "F"

I totally deny that on Thursday:

  • Went to an Enrichment meeting all about prioritizing your time wisely
  • Promptly drove straight from said meeting to grocery store
  • Bought 9 lbs. apples, 5 lbs. sugar, 5 lbs. flour, 3 lbs. Crisco
  • Went home and stayed up until 2:00am
  • Using every last ounce of said groceries

and then cried and grumped around all day on Friday when I realized that I got an "F" for prioritizing my time wisely. It's possible that the 4 hours of sleep combined with PMS may have had a little something to do with it too...

...But then again, none of this ever happened anyway.

Now go check out MckMama at My Charming Kids to read what she and everyone else have not been doing this week.


Steve-Rosanna said...

Gorgeous looking pi(e)! Can almost taste a piece of this wonderful apple pie with a big scoop of French Vanilla ice cream!


K said...

Can you send me one of those next time you don't make one?

Lolli said...

So why did you grump around?? That pie looks great! I was once asked to bake apple pies to sell.....they are SO much work, I told the lady that it would never be worth my time (and yet I sit around the computer all day and blog for free! Go figure!)

Charlene said...

I wish I could not make pies like those!! They look fabulous!!

jen@odbt said...

Yumm! They turned out fantastic and I think were a great use of your time.

Deanne said...

They sure look delicious though! Glad you didn't spend too much time making them. ;)

Mirien said...

The only person I know who celebrates Pi day more than you is my son's geometry teacher. He has the digits of Pi tatooed all up and down his arm. He had a big party on Friday and offered a prize to any student who could recite more digits of Pi than he could. Evan came in second, with 77 digits--4 more than the teacher.

My suggestion for you next year: while you're up baking pies, you could memorize a string of numbers at the same time. Wouldn't everyone be so impressed?

Lara said...

Memorizing 77 places of that's impressive. I only made these for the kids' elementary school which was celebrating with pies for pi day. They'd ordered enough for all the classes, but they were short a few for some of the staff and that's how I got the job. I'd rather make pies any day over memorizing random strings of numbers. :) I know exactly 2 places of pi.

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