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If you are here to see the fishing HERE.

These picture project refers to COLOR WEEK...a color a day.

In honor of my OLE MISS husband!


Give a Man a Fish...Saturday, March 21

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. Chinese Proverb

Saturday morning...yes I had to wake up before the sun came up to travel to Noxapater to find the elusive crappie (white perch).

Of course...Charles is elated! The first fishing trip fo the Spring. You'll notice the sweatshirt...yes it was COLD!

Charles pointed out the dogwood trees blooming...that means they are going to be biting!!! Well, that's what he said! I GOOGLED the idea...and sure enough there are references to back his statement!

Putting the boat into the pond. Thank you Johnny and Belinda for letting us visit your pond! I believe Charles said it was 75 - 80 acres. Does that mean it may be a lake?

I have my minnow on my jig pole. (How quick I learned the lingo!)

Charles is ready....

Marilyn is ready....let the games begin! I caught the first fish!!!! It was too small, so it got to go back in the water.
Charles caught the next little one...back in the water it went!

AH HA!!!! I caught a big one....then
I caught another one...I was up 2 to 0!!! But Charles' pole got warm and he started bringing in the fish!

I caught 5 big ones...he caught 4 big ones...but, he caught the BIGGEST of them all. We caught 20 fish in all.

Mercy, the cat, loves this part. Charles spreads the loot on the picnic table and begins the artful task of "cleaning" the catch.

You can see how big they are. Charles usually fillets the fish, but we decided to try something different. Because they were such a good size, we decided to bake the fish whole. So, he gutted them (OUCH) and cut their heads off...TMI?????
The master at work...this has always amazed me to watch him., I did not volunteer to learn how to do it!
Here is the recipe! 2 T lite mayonaise, mustard, and lemon juice. Spread over both sides of the fish. Roll in aluminum foil pouches. Bake at 350 degrees for an hour.

Added steamed cabbage (leftovers) and a baked sweet potatoe! It was delicious.

'nough Said!!!!


COLOR WEEK - Day by Day

My friend Glenda connected to the project by Lynn over at Little Red Hen . She got inspired visit her site to see, THAT'S 2 CUTE Well, I am now inspired to work on my own COLOR WEEK.

Glenda wrote, "I wanted to participate but my week was too full. I enjoyed visiting her blog and seeing the photos she had for the week. I've decided to do color week, this week. If you would like to participate just leave me a comment and I'll add you to the list."

Here's the assignment.

Sunday: rainbow of colors
Monday: red
Tuesday: orange
Wednesday: yellow
Thursday: green
Friday: blue
Saturday: violet
Sunday: rainbow of colors if you want to participate with Marilyn (ME)...leave a comment and I'll add you to the list! I will begin my COLOR WEEK on Sunday, March 22, 2009!

Where has the MONTH Gone?

I haven't been a faithful blogger on this site for quite a while. Since my dad passed away, I have not had the energy to write. I miss him! But, it is time to get back to reading and writing!

Please take a few minutes, click on the picture of my daugher, top left column, and see some samples of her newspaper work. She is so talented. I aspire to be as good a writer one day! Kacy is in Chicago...but maybe one day God will make a way for her to move closer. I miss her! Of course we talk everyday...more than once...and she feels closer than she is.