Day 65: Let the Table Games Begin

Most featherless beings do a lot of what they call “entertaining” during the holiday season.

This mostly seems to involve putting a lot of delicious dishes out on the table at once and then competing with one another for who gets how much of what.

Clearly, being small and quick can be quite the advantage here!

It can also be quite helpful to look very cute while you are outwitting the other diners (so they won’t notice what or how much you are claiming for yourself).

Also, having a “table-wide” strategy really helps maximize dining opportunities during the table games.

All the participants have arrived and I'm all set up for success on the "preferred perch."

All the participants have arrived and I’m all set up for success on the “preferred perch.”

I like to position myself evenly between the Tall & Small Trees (who let me have whatever I want) and my large featherless assistant (who points out my cuteness to the guest diners).

I like to position myself evenly between the Tall & Small Trees (who let me have whatever I want) and my large featherless assistant (who constantly points out my cuteness to the other diners).

If there is anything I want that is out of reach I can point to it so the Tall Tree will get it for me (he has the longest reach).

If there is anything I want that is out of reach I can point to it so the Tall Tree will get it for me (on account of how he has the longest reach).

If any of the guest diners get grumpy I can just stand at the head of the table and display "cuteness."

If any of the guest diners get grumpy my strategy states I should immediately stand at the head of the table looking very cute so they forget all about whatever I just ate that they wanted.

While they are still "oohing" and "aahing" I can move on to my next dish, carefully situated where only Grandpa and Grandma can reach me.

Then, while they are still “oohing” and “aahing,” I can quickly resume dining (under the protective eyes of Grandpa and Grandma who ensure I can nibble and fling at will).

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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