I probably shouldn't be blogging about my granddaughter's clearly evident (to a proud grandfather, at least) secret agent skills, because this information could compromise her after she joins the CIA.
However, twenty or so years from now Evelyn will look much different, and she'll have changed her name. Plus, how do you know I'm using her real name? (I assure you I am... but can you trust me, since secret agent'ness obviously runs in the family.)
Below is a video of my granddaughter using her wiles to completely fool me into engaging in behavior that isn't in my best interest, yet she struck me as entirely trustworthy. Even after being fooled twice. That's how good Evelyn is at her spycraft.
And in the next video we see my granddaughter practicing her skills at stick and sword fighting. She and I enjoyed reading "Three Samurai Cats" together, which inspired us to practice killing the evil Giant Rat in the story out on our lawn.
Lacking a Giant Rat, I pulled a deteriorating wood raccoon carving out of the bushes and set it on the grass. We then used some sticks and swords from my martial arts bag of tricks to strike the raccoon masquerading as a Giant Rat. Evelyn got in some good whacks. The CIA will sharpen her skills.