Christmas Eve was a special time for Momma and Poppa. Even though there never was enough money to to the neighborhood stores to buy presents, Momma and Poppa always made sure I had one present on Christmas morning. In years past I had received a doll made from worn out clothing, with a painted face and hair of yarn. A box made of wood carved by Poppa with my name encircled with a heart. One gift to a may not be much, but Momma and Poppa always made sure there was something under our tiny Christmas tree.
Momma and Poppa were lyin' in bed
Poppa rolled over to Momma and said
Well, Give me some
Good for you
Good for me
Watch as Momma and Poppa Holderness recruit a sitter to look after the Holderness offspring as they hit a bar and call it quits at 9:20 p.m. They really do still got it.
Soon Arlo (Raymond Ochoa) grows, and along with Libby (Maleah Padilla) and Buck (Marcus Scribner), works on the family farm. Each is assigned a task. Libby and Buck excel in their respective roles, but not Arlo. He’s always messing up his chores (along with everyone else’s), and he scares too easily. This fact is not lost on Buck. It seems that Arlo is never going to make his mark. Literally, it’s an imprint or paw print made on the silo built by Poppa to store their food. Libby and Buck along with Momma and Poppa have made their marks on the silo and in the more figurative sense.