We got to see the kids and the new grandbaby (as well as the old one) over the holiday.
There was a wonderful feast of baked ham and fried turkey and potatoes and green beans and sweet potatoes and mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce and squash. We told Caelyn that the squash was corn in an attempt to get her to eat it.
When we sat down for dinner, both Justin and I noticed that his mother’s plate of food looked more appetizing that either of ours, although the contents were the same. The difference was in how the items were presented on the plate. Charlaine definitely has a skill in this area. She attributes it to years of experience.