A few months ago, when I came to visit my parents, I finally saw Trina.
Trina is my one of my childhood friend’s daughter. She’s five-years-old and she has the most beautiful dimples on the cheeks. Trina loves dressing up. In fact, when I met her, she looked so pretty and cute in a gingham dress and pigtails that I wanted to wrap her up and bring her home. Her mother told me that she has already shown a big interest in fashion!
She often found her in her closet, wearing her scarves and even her shoes. Trina takes care of her dresses and she always makes sure they stay clean the whole day.
When my friend invited me for dinner, I immediately accepted because that meant I was going to be able to play with her daughter while she cooked. True enough, I was assigned as the babysitter while the parents were busy in the kitchen. During dinner, my friend served us a lot of good dishes, one of those being her signature country style spare ribs that tasted really flavorful and good.
Trina loved the ribs too. And I knew she loved them more than her dresses. Because she was too busy enjoying the ribs that she didn’t care the sauce was all over her dress. This girl sure knew her priorities.
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Quick Tip: You can serve this with mashed potatoes too or cornbread on the side.