That stuff is unREAL. What a story...Pvt.Shattuck said:
You have a precious gift, Pvt. cherish it and hold it close. There are few that have life partmers who will do that just because.I told the beautiful Christine about this thread and she made me a sour cream raisin pie, bless her heart. It's cooling now. I will post pics.
I would kill for a piece of that pie.
That crust looks G-R-E-A-T! (Tony the Tiger style)
Just had to bump this thread after having more than one conversation over the last couple of weeks about being - you guessed it- left handed! What stellar company it appears I am in, and @JPK Huson 1863 , I can empathize after a teacher tried to make me write right handed when I was 7 yrs old. Old supersitions die hard, but my mother was having none of it, and so I was allowed to develop naturally in all my left handed glory
Unfortunately, I'm a let down in the pie area ... my left handed talents don't extend to awesome baking skills ... but always happy to eat a slice if it's on offer (thanks in advance )
Must have skipped a generation! My Dad was also left handed, so that's where I'm guessing my southpaw came from, too We do seem to have a lot in common JPK, and my handwriting isn't great either, even though I did get to write left handed - that teacher's attempt was very shortlived thankfully.Dad never had a teacher try to change him and that was the 30's!
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