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Pizza Therapy

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Since I don’t drive to the day-job on Fridays, Thursday nights have become my “Friday night.” Even though my work week is only 4 days long, I am no less exhausted by the end of it. Yesterday, despite all that I was struggling to manage at work, Cyndie decided to complicate it in the early afternoon with a request that I be responsible for dinner.

DSCN4553eSigh. Really?

Okay. I called Gina Maria’s.

One of the greatest culinary events for Cyndie and I occurred the day our long-time favorite pizzeria opened a branch within delivery range of my work place. When the guy who stopped by to announce the new location told me they could do half-baked pizzas, my heart swelled.

I had a new dinner solution, and it was Cyndie’s number 1 choice for pizza.

We invited George to join us for Thursday night pizza therapy. He calls it Thursday night Hays therapy. We think of it as “friend therapy.” Most often, our weekly dinners haven’t been pizza. Maybe it should have been “pie therapy.”

Last night, pizza was just right. Cyndie added an incredible salad and decadent “healthy” multi-berry pie for dessert. It was healthy because it had pecans and walnuts and oatmeal, along with the fruit. She even added flax seeds. I figure the healthy amount of brown sugar in the topping was how it earned that moniker.

The dessert pie was great, but the pizza pie was the key to making dinner therapeutic.

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It was pizzatacular and pizzarrific.

It’s therapizza!

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Written by johnwhays

April 1, 2016 at 6:00 am

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  1. That pizza looks divine!

    Liz S

    April 1, 2016 at 10:47 pm

    • It is! Gina Maria’s makes the pizza Cyndie would order from her car on the way home from the airport every time she flew in from Boston. I think she was more happy to see it than me!

      johnwhays

      April 2, 2016 at 6:07 am


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