Well about 11 or 12 years ago I was new to the board, and I did a lot of bragging about my first grand daughter! Well on the 1st she turned 13, even though she is only half cajun she developed a love for the food of Louisiana. So when I ask what do you want to do for the big day, she wanted to go get some of the frozen craw fish from Wally world, and go fishing. Well I got on line and ordered 10 pounds of live mud bugs shipped up here she tripped out and PIGGED OUT she ate 25 of these things almost a pound and a half. She is not shy about her ability to go coon ass on these things she was pinching the tail and then sucked the heads so she did not lose a drop of these things. After that we headed down to the Peters creek WMA where the water is still up in the trees. She caught 6 channel cats 2 LM, and topped it off with three 11 inch crappies, and me well I got 2 cats, and the honor of cleaning the stringer and when we got home wem had a fish fry and she ate again on the mud bugs and the fresh filets. Her step dad went and got enough fire works for bowling green and after the sun went down we had a great show. Man it just does not get any better than that. I ask her what shewanted now that she is 13, and she said the keys to my old 98 dodge 1500 with a 340 that was over bored and has a few extras just to watch the boys in Daddy's truck have a heart attacked at a truck that gets 13 in the quarter and that is with out red lining it. The answer see ya in 3 baby girl was not what she wanted to hear. She hunts, fishes, tracks and can process a deer in 20 minutes. To top all off though she looks more like 18 than 13 and I have to run off the the boys who just want to talk.
You must be a proud Pa Pa she sounds like she will wear a camo dress to the prom in the future. Need to get her on Ky Afield with Tim Farmer. It is awesome when you can connect with your grand kids and kids like that, in todays world kids are not like that anymore or at least not here in the city.