In which there’s thankful, humble pie

Yesterday’s post had me thinking: I do write about things that make me happy.

Store bought pie crusts in two bowls

Store bought pie crusts in two bowls

Clear skies, being with friends, cooking, listening to good music and experiencing new things. These make me joyful.

Mix flour and sugar together, sprinkle some on the crust.

Mix flour and sugar together, sprinkle some on the crust.

Shopping at the farmer’s market, runs in the sunshine, my co-ressies, traveling and of course my dear Jeff. All these things make me glow.

Heap your rhubarb on and cover with remaining sugar and flour.

Heap your rhubarb on and cover with remaining sugar and flour.

I am reminded: “A good life is when you assume nothing, do more, need less, dream big, laugh a lot and realize how blessed you are.”

Place on baking sheet. Remember that you forgot to add butter. Take off the top crust pieces one by one. Add butter. Put the crust pieces back on one by one.

Place on baking sheet. Remember that you forgot to add butter. Take off the top crust pieces one by one. Add butter. Put the crust pieces back on one by one. Bake at 450 for 15 mins, then down to 350 for 45.

So very blessed and humbled to know so many good and cherishable things to write about.

Enjoy with whipped or ice cream.

Enjoy with whipped or ice cream.

Yum

Yum

I didn’t have enough rhubarb for this easy recipe, but made do with cutting down the recipe and throwing it into our casual soup bowls. One mini-pie for tonight, one for tomorrow!

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