My oldest son is named Kenny.
He just turned 17, and is in his final year of high school.
Kenny is a smart kid, curious about life and still unsure about what he wants to do. He came to me recently and said he was interested in learning more about botany. He might even want to go to college to study it, but he wanted to play around with it first. Long story short, Kenny was asking me permission to start growing marijuana plants in the yard. He was relieved when I agreed, and shocked when I said that he would have to give me a few ounces of cannabis after the harvest. Kenny had no idea I smoked cannabis, but I had been a big fan of it since back when I was his age! In those days there were no cannabis dispensaries, we just had to “know a guy” who had some weed to sell. It wasn’t until I went to college that I tasted high end cannabis, and realized I had been smoking ragweed for years. I feel that with the new laws in place, it would serve Kenny well to learn how to grow marijuana. If not to save himself money, because the prices at the cannabis dispensary are sky high, then for the learning experience. All education is valuable, and since it is now possible to get a high paying job in the cannabis industry, I think his time will be well spent. More than anything I just want to smoke his marijuana and see how good it is.