Give “Piece” a Chance, PI Day 2017

Does anyone know what day it is?!?!

Today I want to talk about how we are rocking our Pi Day and giving “piece” a chance.
Once upon a time there was a boy and a girl. The boy and the girl had just embarked upon an amazing adventure, they were building a new home for their family, and they couldn’t possibly be any happier to do so. But the decisions and the stress of those decisions was quickly mounting and they found themselves to be a bit more tense than they usually are. Which led to them quarreling a bit more than they usually do.

But the girl had an idea!
She made a “piece” offering and delivered it to the boy. He was thrilled!

It was amazing how the stressful situation became a lot less stressful with the help of Edwards Desserts. Blue prints, no problem, water pipes, no problem, road locations, no problem! I always knew that food had the power to bring people together, but I had never witnessed anything like this before. I am pretty sure it had everything to do with the Edwards Pie  😉 .

Which leaves me with one question for you today…

How can you give “piece” a chance?

What hatchet can you bury or wrong can you make right? Is is the person in the cubicle next to yours, a friend you haven’t talked to for years, your spouse, or maybe even your own children. Why not make “piece” on Pi Day? Whatever the issue or disagreement, take a vow of piece for a day with an Edwards piece offering.

How could you give “piece” a chance today?

Celebrate Pi Day by making a “piece offering” using Edwards Pie! Follow Edwards Desserts on Facebook for the latest updates and special Pi Day content.

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44 thoughts on “Give “Piece” a Chance, PI Day 2017

  1. Haha the food is pretty much the way to any mans heart (mine too!!) That pie looks super yummy!

  2. Ooh I’m not a fan of fruit pies, but chocolate… love those!!! I’ll have to look for these next time I’m out!

    1. It IS incredible. It has been a favorite of mine for YEARS now. I remember Burger King used to sell it by the slices and I bought my fair share of them for sure.

  3. I always forget about Pi Day! That pie looks SO good. I loved your story and I can’t even imagine how stressful building must be. My husband and I are starting to talk about moving to a bigger house and within minutes of talking, we’re both overly stressed!

  4. What a super “sweet” post!! Well written, and now I’m drooling… nicely done, Beth! 😉 Happy Pi(e) Day!! xo – Brenda //

  5. Good old Edwards! Yesterday there was peach, lemon meringue and chocolate pie that was consumed by the members of my family. I think they did a pretty good job 🙂 Giving “piece” a chance is always a great idea.

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