Sunday, June 26, 2011

No Internet at the Frost Place yet, but we do have a large groundhog on the back stoop.

The teachers are all fabulous, as usual; and I can now reveal this year's featured poem: Robert Frost's, "Range-Finding." Read it and make yourself queasy.

Now I must go buy a bar of soap and decide what to read tonight. Perhaps the bear will attend. Let's hope he buys a book.

5 comments:

Jean Kanzinger said...

If the bear attends, offer some of the berry tea. I hear bears like that.

Ruth said...

I like the idea of berry tea, but sense the Bear may rather have desert and flowers from the salad

Julia Munroe Martin said...

Somehow I inferred that the large groundhog on the back stoop and needing to buy a bar of soap were related -- but how? I will read soon to make sure I find out if the bear attends! (please include photos if so...or at least of the large groundhog and soap!!)

Dawn Potter said...

No, the soap was merely for the soap-less shower. The groundhog takes care of his own sanitation or lack thereof.

Herself said...

I think it's fitting that there's no internet at the Frost Place. The groundhog can take care of any correspondence. Also, I still remember Jim Schley showing me The RF patch job around the stovepipe. Poet, yes, Handyman, not so much.