Yes, the rest is predictable: You can’t take the Cajun out of the girl!

I always remind my son and my son-in-law that one of the finest decisions they ever made was to marry a Cajun girl, just like I did.  These South Louisiana girls are grounded in South Louisiana prairie soil, they were raised with a strong sense of place: in short, they know where they’re from, who they’re from, and why that matters.

No matter where or how far they roam, they’ll always be Cajun girls.


Daughter Ann ventured to the Rocky Mountain wiles of Colorado for grad school.  See how her LSU purple and gold wears colorfully well with Rocky Mountain green and white.


Daughter-in-law Trisha lives in Texas, but there’s no doubt that this girl was raised (and ever remains) a Ragin’ Cajun!