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July 12th 2013
What a great time we had last night I loved making homemade pizza and remembering my Mom. Once again I dumped my sad life on you. You always seem to have a way of making me forget about the sad and remember the happy. You are right I was very lucky as a kid luckier than most. I need to figure out a way to bring that luck and happiness back into my life. I am trying lord knows I am trying. Anyway thanks for recreating my Mom’s pizza for me.
I have been thinking about what your suggestion to become involved in the Women’s Club at St Marta’s and how to respond to Sally Ray. I agree I am kind of am enjoying being the mystery in town and I think you and I can have a little fun with that. On the serious side you are also right in that I do not need that group of gossips in my life right now. So we shall play for a while and see what we can stir up. I just hope we can win again. Maybe we should enter my Mom’s pizza?
Thank you for offering me the part time job at your shop and will take you up on it as a friend it will get me out of the house. I am so excited and happy that you are adding the landscaping side to your business. You have to admit a guy like you running a floral shop is funny and the fact that the entire town thinks you are gay. Won’t it be a big surprise when you have a date with a girl? Your Aunt will be proud of how well you are doing with her shop and the plans to expand into landscaping.
I love what I do but writing all day gets lonely. Anyway I will stop by the shop tomorrow and you can train me in I love flowers almost as much as writing.
See you Friday for dinner
PS how does the below sound for my Mom’s pizza to submit to the book?
PSS my online course “how to be happy” is almost done
Mom’s homemade pizza recipe
1 loaf of frozen bread dough she used Rhodes
1 Jar of your favorite spaghetti sauce
Corn Meal for dusting the crust with
Flour for rolling out dough
1 pound of Mozzarella Cheese to grate by hand
Pizza toppings such as Pepperoni, Sausage, Peppers, Mushrooms, Olives, Pineapple
Thaw bread dough per directions of bag can be done in microwave for last minute pizza’s
Roll out dough with flour to desired size and thickness
Put rolled out dough on cookie sheet or pizza pan and bake until almost brown popping any bubbles during baking
Spread sauce, toppings, and cheese on baked crust and bake again at 400 until cheese just starts to brown
ps my online course “how to be happy” is almost done.
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