On a Saturday morning, I tiptoed out of my house and decided to go fishing myself before dawn was up. I was surprised that my 17 years old daughter---Holly has already waited for me.
Don't tell me you don't want to go to college...
Dad. would you be mad if I changed my plans?
After she has grown up, she only go fishing with me when needed a private talk. We began everything as the usual, set up all the fishing gear, just fished around the stumps.
Oh dad, It's the biggest bass I've ever seen! You have to take it home.
The dawn was up and it seems like we were the only human here. I was so nervous and wanted to know what's on Holly's mind. The fish may all very deep, so we drifted the bottom, that made a beaver very angry.
No dear, its a life thing, it has its own life.
Thanks dad, I understand. Love you.
After a moment, Holly told me that she wanted to stay school for three years to finish studying more quickly, I was sad and I didn't know how to answer her.
Suddenly, we caught a biggest bass that we have ever seen before, but I put it back into the lake.
I thought fish is a life thing, it has its own freedom to live its own life. Holly knew that I had understand and said thanks to me.