You all know this was a holiday week, and like many of you, I was “outta the office” for much of the week. Then I had some “technical difficulties” making a blog post. As a result, I just posted yesterday, going to follow that up with another one today. Like I will tell you with everything I post, you can take it or leave it.
It is the end of a short week. I am going to keep it light. I got a kick out of this short clip from Hank Patterson:
Know the feeling? I often wonder if things we experienced when we were younger just seem like they were better than now? I believe it has something to do with encountering things for the first time?
Or maybe it is just because the older I get, the better I was?
We often believe things are greener on the other side of the fence or “back in the day”! Saved a quote from a fellow biologist here at Game & Parks, a wildlife biologist, about the grass always being greener:
The grass is always greener, sometimes it just looks that way, sometimes it’s because it’s cut differently, sometimes it’s the dirt, and sometimes it’s manure.
Have a great weekend, spend some time on the water, appreciate every second of it. Appreciate every fish you catch!