Shortly after starting a "Pie of the Month Club," Coletta Kewitt's business grew to eighty pies a month. Using a commercial kitchen about thirty miles from her home, she would head into town after a day of baking with a car filled with warm pie. Along the way, she prayed for no sudden stops. When her dear friend, Paul, died, she wrote her first "pie letter," which she taped to the top of the pie boxes. Customers urged her to write more letters, and thus began her monthly essays on pie and life. Many times, she would see customers sitting in their cars reading their pie letters before taking off for home. To add an element of fun to the pie club, small pieces of artwork designed by friend and artist Cynthia Weed, were placed inside the lid of one pie box a month. The winner would win the artwork and a pie. After years of enjoying the "Pie of the Month Club," Coletta and Cynthia began another adventure: weaving passions of the soul in art and words. They found that patience is P.I.E. - "patience in everything," which is one of the greatest blessings God can bestow on us.