At the Governor's School we celebrated Pi Day every year on March fourteenth (3.14). Parents brought in so many pies that all of the students and faculty had their fill and we still delivered extra pies to Daily Bread every year. It was a fun event!
|Angie with the Pi pie she baked.|
So when we realized this year was a special (once in a hundred years) Pi Day and that Woodruff's Pie Shop had $2.00 slices all day.....we picked up Gary and Laurie and headed to Elon! We didn't make it by 9:26 a.m. so we only celebrated to the fourth decimal place!
|Laurie, Mrs. Woodruff (98 years old) and Gretchen|
We enjoyed a lively conversation with Mrs. Woodruff while enjoying cherry, pecan, coconut custard and buttermilk pie slices. Yum...Yum. Angie says this is the only Pi Day she will have since the next one doesn't come around until 2115....but I think she only needs to celebrate to two decimal places and have a Pi Day annually like the Governor's School.