Tuesday, October 30, 2007

The Trouble With Angels

Remember the little girls that could not wait to go hunting with Daddy? Unfortunately, they grow up and quickly lose interest in hunting. Paul brought his daughters Haley and Hillary up for the ballgame last week. They are in high school but think they are seniors in college.

7 comments:

Marian said...

They are beautiful young ladies! What a joy they must bring to your brother Paul and his wife Wanda!

Andy said...

They sure do look all grown up. At this time in their lives, I'm sure there are much more exciting things to do! Don't worry, they'll come back to hunting after a few years, especially if they find a boyfriend that hunts.

Othmar Vohringer said...

It is said that the best age to catch children interest for hunting is between 6 to 10 years old. Any later than 10 and it will not stick with them for life. Nice looking kids though.

-ov-

Jon said...

Nice looking young ladies! Let's hope their "futures" enjoy the outdoors.

deerPhD said...

Definitely still in HS. College would have paper plates and pizza (not shrimp). Then, if college goes well, it will be shrimp again, but this time on real plates!

pauls college roomate said...

who woulda thought that paul "you earlbeeler rabbit huntin, class skippin, does anybody know the damn score, bust outa your pants" howl could produce such lovely daughters? thanks to wanda!

Jody said...

They are cuties. It is funny how when us girls are in high school we think we are much more grown. But when we are in our 40's we say were still 28!