A Rotary and Scones Book Signing

We Rotarians look to the Four-Way Test to measure our deeds: Is it true, Is it fair, Does it build goodwill and better friendships and Will it be beneficial to all concerned? 

As I think back to how I spent Mother’s Day afternoon, I realize it passed the Four-Way Test, by a mile or so.

A fine group of Rotarians gathered at the light-filled hilltop home of Jerry and Jeannie Taylor to hear me read from Scone by Scone. As I looked around, they seemed genuinely enthusiastic, encouraging and even a little eager to have a book of their own.  My heart swelled.

The event came about at the hands of Rotary friends who are also members of the Women and Wine group. Lynn made the ginger scones from the recipe in the book. Karen made tea sandwiches. Kerry found the biggest, sweetest strawberries. And Sandy was the sommelier. For a group that has done hard work together in the remote villages of Guanajuato, the Scone by Scone Tea was a piece of cake.

A Rotary and Scones Book Signing

A Rotary and Scones Book Signing