I don't know about you, but at our house the turkey can run but he can't hide.
May you have lots to be grateful for this year!
Katharine's day started with a few presents, her favorite being a Nintendo DSi from Nanna.
Then we drove to Columbia to see Grandmomma and Poppa, opening a few more gifts. Then we went to Yamatos for Japanese show cooking, which Katharine loved but Matthew had mixed feelings about. Mostly, Katharine loved that her cousin Morgan could join us.
I think she had a good day!
On Saturday night, in the car on the way to Disney on Ice, Katharine's tooth popped right out in her hand! She was so surprised and excited, giggling and trying to study it in the dark car. The tooth fairy faithfully picked it up to deliver it to wherever the next destination will be!
Manual labor never feels as good as when it is done to help someone else who needs it. Trust me, because I have done manual labor for minimum wage and I didn't enjoy it nearly as much.
Twice a year the CSU sociology club heads out to a small church on John's island to pack grocery bags for local folks who need it.
The kids help and we all have a blast. Tonight I was the counter, organizing the various orders heading out to different parts of Charleston. The time flew by as I made tidy rows of 6 and kept the fellas on track as they carried bag after bag to my various stations.