As I reflect upon Thanksgiving, a sweet story comes to mind. Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks, to appreciate each other and the things you have, and to help each other out all in the spirit of Thanksgiving.
Late that day, I found myself trying to persuade my daughter to go to sleep. She was playing the “no really, I am asleep this time, just kidding- HEY WHERE ARE YOU GOING YOU CAN’T LEAVE ME I AM YOUR ANGEL” game for way too long. Eventually, I ended up laying on the bed right next to her crib until she drifted asleep.
Suddenly, I was hungry. Only one thing could cure my hunger- pie. Pumpkin pie. So I sent Eric a text:
J: NEED PIE
? What does that even mean? Does it mean pie?
Well my friends. Apparently in Eric’s mind means no pie. Later as I discussed this incident he said he was worried the pie would be “too noisy.” In case you cannot visualize a piece of rowdy pie… I have taken the opportunity to illustrate this mysterious and illusive slice.
You know what? I betcha he was eating the whole pie as he sent the . Figures.
After his “loud pie” comment- I asked him what he considered to be a quiet pie. According to Eric, apple pie is the quietest pie. So, dear reader…. I leave you with a question…. what do you consider to be the most silent of pies? My (Jo’s) vote is pumpkin. Eric votes apple. Comment below and we can settle this once and for all!
3 thoughts on “The Spirit of Thanksgiving”
Chocolate cream pie seems quiet to me, but screams DELICIOUS, so my answer would be mud pie (because no one wants it.)
Moon pie of course is the quiet after hours choice!
Kenpa says 3.14….. is the dullest pie, therefore the most quiet