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September 14, 2011

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Bonnie

Aww, that was a bundle of fun. Miss you, Mom. I can't wait to see you on Vi's birthday :)

Janet

Your creativity never ceases to amaze me! Those pies sound so yummy....I might have to have extra pieces if you don't mind.

I only recently saw "Waitress" and the names of the pies intrigued me, too.

Caroline

Pies... yes pies...

Pie in the Sky

And pie-eyed...

Mag-pie collector of all pies

I feel the square of pie in my radius...

rochambeau

Dear Tink,
I know you didn't mean to, but this story makes me sob. First I was laughing but now I'm weeping. I'm trying to figure out why. Well, I too have a special affection for mermaids (I've dresses as one for halloween in my 30's), and I too like yummy pie, but I guess what really gets to me is that it's important to celebrate and I love hearing about your inspiration and how you and your family have that same sense of humor. And that YOU MADE IT HAPPEN. It was something the little ones will NEVER FORGET. You or me either. And your daughter is moving. That gets to me too.

I just love you!
Still weeping.
Constance

judie

Sigh....I like pie.
Pie likes my thigh.
Makes me want to cry
That pie on my thigh.

xoxoxo

Pacian

What an elegant mermaid!

Somehow I thought they were usually scatty and silly. So props to her for defying the stereotype.

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