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Growing up, I used to spend many hours at my grandma’s house. We were homeschooled so we did not really go out much except to visit my grandma. It was always such a fun time because although she never even raised her own children in the home she was living in at the time, she had made a play room just for us. It was a designated room with a glass door so she could keep an eye on us at all times that was full of toys and fun games we could play while we were there.
My sisters and I used to spend hours upon hours playing quietly in there. We never fought or even made a peep, because my grandma had so many toys, we rarely had to share. On top of that, she had pretty things we could use together, like a tea set, that would keep us entertained for hours. Every single time we went over, we ended our little play time with tea time. We set out the play tea set she bought us at the table and to make it extra special, my grandma would serve us her secret sugar cream pie. She always made it just for us when she knew we were coming over.
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Quick Tip: Drizzle this yummy pie with some maple syrup!