My youngest granddaughter (#4) is a student of Tae Kwan Do. Tonight, her aunt and I went to her graduation; in which she received a new belt - a camouflage. She replaced her yellow belt. I don't know how the belt colors progress on their way toward the black, but we saw many different ones tonight.
It was fun to watch, even though I understand very little of it. When we first got there, an adult was progressing through a test leading him to a 3rd degree black belt (I think). It was interesting, but the little ones were a real treat. I think they called it the Tiger class. How cute and energetic they were, and for the most part, well-behaved. One boy threw a miniature fit and laid on the floor when he had been told to stand up - but after a private word from the instructor, he straightened up and flew right, as they say.
By the time my granddaughter's group was finished and the photos were taken, her aunt and I were famished. Off we went to the nearest Mexican restaurant, along with the student and her sister (granddaughter #2). We were pleased to see no line, and we were seated immediately. It's too bad that her mother couldn't be there (she was working) and grandpa has a sore throat, so he held down the fort here at home.