I like to fish or maybe I like thought of being able to fish, I don't know. Anyhow, I went and bought a new rod, reel, tackle box and worms. I put all my new fishing gear in my room and the worms in the frig. Worms are always kept in the refrigerator, according to my Dad. That action brought about a memory of my Grandma D.
Grandma D. had a cabin in the northern lower peninsula of Michigan. We vacationed there every July. By we I mean my parents and my brothers and sister. I loved "the cabin". It was back 45 years ago and we were one of the very few cabins on the lake. There was literally a one lane path leading back through the woods to the cabin. I loved it there and many of my fondest memories are from our times there.
Anyhow, Dad would take Don (my brother) and I fishing. We went everyday, twice a day some days. And when I didn't get to go in the boat I fished off the dock. It was really cool because at the end of the dock the lake had drop off and it was very deep and dark. You could catch as many or more fish from the dock as you could from the boat. When not fishing, we went digging for worms. We kept the worms in an old Crisco can in the refrigerator.
My Grandma was a lady. She always reminded me of the Queen of England, a proper lady. You can see where this is going... She went to fix popcorn for us one night. Got out the "Crisco" and, you guessed it, worms went flying all over the cabin.