I know with the holidays coming a lot of us are getting down. So I thought it might cheer us up to talk about a favorite holiday memory. I remember my first Christmas with James. I was pregnant and craved pumpkin pie. I remember going to go get a piece and finding nothing but an empty shell. James hates pie crust. When I asked him about it, he claims I got up in the middle of the night and ate it and then put the empty shell back in the fridge. I laugh everytime I think about this. So this year I came across a crustless pumpkin pie recipe and I'm so excited to try it out. If it turns out I'll defintely serve it at James's welcome home party.
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