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{pie night} #sol18

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When I get a text that says: "I'm free for pie night! Check your calendar!" I know that it's been too long since we have gotten together. We used to all work together at the same building and saw each other every day, but over the last couple years, changes have occurred and we are in three different buildings. Yet, these are my people. My tribe.

And pie brings us together.

Two of my closest friends (and colleagues) and I meet up for pie night. Pie night sometimes includes dinner and sometimes it's just pie. All depends on our mood and the time we have away from our families.

Last night was pie night. We gathered for dinner and pie. It was two hours of talking, sharing life updates, gossiping about school, laughing, sharing photos, reminiscing, dreaming about the future ... and more laughing.

It's a fun evening out that I treasure. And I can't wait for the next pie night.

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  1. What a fun evening to spend with special friends! Glad you could all find the time to get together. Love ya, Mom

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  2. Sounds absolutely perfect -- all the ingredients for a perfect night.

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  3. I love the idea of PIE being the glue that brings you together while sharing the journey is the sweet part of the pie!

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  4. This made me smile for a million reasons. First of all, I loved the image of you enjoying some time with old friends. Secondly, I have a friend who I went to college with and our usual go-to is pie when we are catching up. My friend loves pie, and you make me think it is my turn to arrange a day to get together. Finally, your post makes me think of my team from my old building. I just love getting together with them. You've made me realize it is time to schedule a few catch up days. Thanks for sharing your slice.

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