Good Grief ! Pantry inventory March 3, 2014
Some folks bottle up their grief
Keep their tears away from the light
The lighthouse of friends that will ease
Them out of that dark relentless night
Noam and Russell
March 3, 2014
And then there is the joy
And eating pie........
Meyer Lemon Meringue Pie
March 3, 2014
Thanks to Peggy
For this weeks theme of bottles
Have fun and participate!
Don't forget to have a happy day!
Nice looking pie! I know where to go if I'm hungry and thirsty.ReplyDelete
It is always good to have a lighthouse of friends! And that pie really DOES look delicious!ReplyDelete
I guess we need a way to make sure grief is not inky bottled up.ReplyDelete
This lemon pie looks wonderful!
P.S. Sorry also about the death of your father.ReplyDelete
Sorry, I meant 'only' bottled up.ReplyDelete
To be among friends and to be cooking together. That is a privilege of sharing knowledge and having fun. Nicely Kathe!ReplyDelete
i def am not one to keep my feelings bottled...i probably let them flow a bit free...ha...i am much more the community style...sitting around sharing...ReplyDelete
The words and pictures are so hospitable - and really, a good way to proceed in life.ReplyDelete
I will certainly remember "lighthouse of friends." A powerful phrase.ReplyDelete
I didn't know about your father's death ... I am so sorry.
You are spot on regarding those bottles of grief we cart around.
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I really like the metaphor of a lighthouse for friends. Nicely written.ReplyDelete
I love the first poem! And I love pie, so. . . ;)ReplyDelete
Bottling up grief is not the best, smash that bottle and let it go. Thank God for friends and the support they bring.ReplyDelete
how fortunate to have a lighthouse of friends...ReplyDelete
A very warm entree into your family home. That pie is to die for...lucky guys:)ReplyDelete
You are a very talented writer. Very talented.ReplyDelete
That pie looks amazing too.
Have a fabulous day my friend. :)
Thank goodness for those friends in times of loss and grief. Sorry about your father. Thanks for writing and posting.ReplyDelete
Things that stay bottled up too long have a way of going sour.ReplyDelete
Good thoughts, and a nice pie!
Now I'm craving pie! :)ReplyDelete
Some things were not meant to be bottled up that is for sure. Hope all is well with you these days Kathe. :-)ReplyDelete
My favourite pie - and what a coincidence that you wrote this in the week that I was feeling so glum!ReplyDelete
Nice...I did laugh at the bottle invintory I have an overflow most of the timeReplyDelete
Nothing like friends to help us open up our bottled grief and turn it into precious wine.ReplyDelete