Homemaking While in the Ministry · Homeschooling While in the Ministry

Pie Day

chalk geometrical drawing on blackboard
Photo by Miguel VP on Pexels.com

Did you enjoy your Pi Day? Okay, so we may be a bit nerdy and loopy, but own it right? At least I tell that to my kids. The world needs our kind of weird, so be it and be proud! Any ways, Pi has to do with circles, and well- Pi! So why not enjoy some “Pi” of pie day. After all, they have a relationship if they have a circle right? LOL

Just in case you are lost, here is a video to pull you up to speed!

~Start the day with round coffee cups and circular, then sliced scones (not my picture- we had blueberry and my mug had a larger circumference because it was a “Pioneer pretty” cup. (Sorry, not sorry. Wanted a photo here.)

cup of coffee near pies

~ By mid-morning, snack was an orange, a few circle pretzels, M&M’s and peach tea. (Made with with giant ice balls and lemon.) Served on a circle plate that had 2 “similar” circles running equal distances in relation to the outside trimming.

person holding a slice of pizza
Photo by Polina Tankilevitch on Pexels.com

~For lunch we made pizzas. (With all the circular shaped toppings.)

~Afternoon snacks consisted of sliced apple circles with peanut butter and mini chocolate chips.

close up of womans hands putting buns into an oven
Photo by Felicity Tai on Pexels.com

~Dinner was chicken pot pie, buttermilk biscuits, and apple pie.

baking basket book bottle
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

~Late night treats with fresh chocolate chip cookies warm from the oven with a glass of ice cold milk. Yum!

Math is everywhere ladies and gents. We might as well just enjoy it.

close up of tasty looking baked goods
Photo by Nishant Aneja on Pexels.com

Happy Pi Day folks!