Thursday, August 30, 2012

Good Morning and Thanks to Diane

It's another lovely day here in Keene, NH. It was a cool night for sleeping last night and it is a bit crisp outside this morning. Just the way I like it! Life is good...oh but I have a big cup of steaming, hot coffee sitting here next to me so let me reword my last statement--LIFE IS GREAT!

I sat down at the computer this morning to check emails, messages,etc and I had a few messages to answer.

I found one from Diane at The Checkered Apple and in her message she mentioned that she tried my Spinach Pie Recipe that I posted a couple of days ago. She said that she and her husband loved it and that she would make it again and again. Yes folks! It really is that good! Spinach Pie Recipe .

In her message she also said that she posted a picture on her blog. So I hurried on over to see it and you can imagine my surprise when I see her picture and realize that Diane's spinach pie looks better than mine!!! My spinach pie usually looks more like Diane's but just because I intended to blog about mine and post photos, I accidently forgot that it was in the oven and the cheese baked around the edges and got, well....a little brown. See for yourself.....

So, if you want to see a photo of how the pie usually looks when it comes out of the oven, click here and check out Diane's photo of her spinach pie: "Diane's Spinach Pie" .

All kidding aside, I would like to thank Diane for featuring my mom's spinach pie on her blog and for her kind, kind comments about my blog. Diane has been so supportive (since I started here in the blogging world--not that long ago) and in fact, she wrote one of my very first comments. I was so excited to get my first comments--so I will always be very grateful to her. You must check out her blog as well--she does a little bit of everything, a "jack of all trades" and a master of them all, so I am sure you will find something that interests you.

What initially drew me to her blog was how she describes her "job" and all the hats she wears in life. I think we can all relate to that on some level!!!! THANKS AGAIN DIANE!

"Kind words can be short and easy to speak but their echoes are truly endless."
Mother Theresa