Labor Day morning I woke to this.
We live on a large plot of family land that ends on a dead end street.
What a way to end a street :)
Jesse decided we needed to take a little morning stroll.
If you stay on these small canals they can take you about anywhere here in the deep south.
Along the way you may even meet neighbors.
The kids and I had to giggle....
I think He should be on the Real Swamp People...ha!
He was catching turtles....BIG ONES!
We have been watching the new series Swamp People
on the History Channel.
Have ya'll seen it yet?
We really like the show and a lot of it is filmed very close to home.
We do have to laugh though...
They make us look .....well...
like we ain't got no school'n and are poor swamp rats...ha!!!
So I was thinking if you really want to see some real swamp people
I would love to show you around parts of
This is my neighbors house.
She pulled my wisdom teeth for me
(in her office of course) Ha!
This is the back of her house and let me just tell ya'll....
It is beautiful!!!
I would love to show ya'll more..
Maybe even do a video or two for ya'll.
I do love how the History Channel shares the "history" of our swamps.
We are so blessed to grow up in a state that has such a rich history.
So rich in fact you could make a Gumbo! :)
I'm proud to raise my children here as well.
Swamp People are some of the Hardest Working, Lord Fearing, Humble People I know.
Ok...ya'll I gotta go now sha
gotta head to de bayou and catch us some gator for supper....ha!
Later gators, Susie~