Twenty five years ago when Holly was Darbee Rae's age now, supporting our local high school football team would have been where you would have found us on Friday nights. Loyal fans we were as we sat out each home game whether is was through heat, cold, or rain. Holly loved it at a young age. Remember the days of Cabbage Patch Kids? Well hers would be dressed for the occassion as well , be it the girl in her cheeleader outfit or if she chose to take her boy in his football outfit.
Yes, I can see a future cheerleader in the making. But, she loved the band also. Their home is just down the street from the high school. On any given evening when the band is practicing you might find her and her Daddy walking up the sidewalk to go and watch.
I was surprised to know she actually listened to the announcer as well. He called out the players number and said intercepted by James Primm. Immediately she turned to me and said, "Nana, that man said James Primm. I want to see that Prim football player." That's my Darbee Rae. Already she has prim on her mind.
And speaking of prim.