Daisy May, Katie and Buck’s daughter, is almost eighteen years old and is as beautiful as Katie but a tom boy through and through. Daisy blames her grandpa, Randy for it. After all, he was letting her play in the mud and plop in the hay since she was two and he hasn’t ever stopped letting her.
“I’m in here dear,” Katie said from the back of her office. “I just ran across mine and your dad’s picture album from our wedding day.”
“Really, I wanna see it!” Daisy exclaimed as she made her way back to where Katie was sitting at her desk,
Katie opened the photo album and laid it on her desk in front of Daisy. She smiled as she turned page after page of all the photos taken that day. The cake, the flowers, and all the people, were all captured to be kept in remembrance of that wonderful day.
“Mom, you looked just like a princess, and look at how handsome daddy is!” Daisy giggled.
“Yes, he is still quite the looker, I must say.” Katie said.
“So, what are you and grandpa going to do today?” Katie asked as she took the wedding album from Daisy and slid it back in the bottom drawer of her desk.
“I think I’m going to help him with the horses and such, maybe go to Frank’s and see about a job.” Daisy groaned.
“Ahh, the working world,” Katie said as she stood and walked to look out her office window.
“Yeah, grandpa said it was good for me to earn my keep, he said it’ll keep me honest…whatever that means.”