For Christmas, Richard bought me a green fishing light for the backyard. Now, after dark, we can see a variety of beautiful fish and other marine critters under the water. Every night, there’s something different or new.
A couple of weeks ago, a snook came by. We noticed him again the next night, and the next. He was a pretty good size, and was happily feeding on bait fish. The next day, I saw him here during the daylight hours, too.
I told Richard that we should get some live shrimp, and try to catch him for dinner. (Yes, we have licenses.) But, then, Mason named him Snookie. Since he now has a name, we can’t eat him. We haven’t had a pet fish in more than a decade. The good thing about Snookie is we never have to clean his tank!
THIS WEEK’S MASONISM
While I was sitting in bed with my laptop one night this week, Mason walked in, and yelled, “Mom! Please put on your lifejacket, and make your way to the deck!”
Angela Hoy lives on a 52' Irwin Center Cockpit Ketch (sailboat) with her family and pets. She is the publisher of WritersWeekly.com, BookLocker.com, and AbuzzPress, and the author of 19 books. Keep up with her family's adventurous liveaboard lifestyle at GotNoTanLines.com.
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