I aini’t dead….

(Pratchett fans will get the title)

My knee and I and the animals are all fine and plugging along. I’m grading like a madwoman most days and just too tired and uninspired to blog. But here’s today’s bit of wisdom: If you forget to put the evaporated milk into the pumpkin pie filling (not that I would ever do such a thing, uh uh, not me), it’s still edible. Not pretty and certainly not anything you’d serve to guests, but tasty. Even the parrot thinks so.

Happy Thanksgiving to all!


6 responses »

  1. And there will be no pumpkin pie-making tutorials at Wetta Corner this Christmas…but I have to ask, didn’t the pumpkin filling seem a bit thick? Didn’t you have to spread it like peanut butter? I worry about you, Inez , (but not enough to send a care package full of goodies)–you’ll have to drive for a day with a car full of doggies to earn them.

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