Moving on from Nat Poetry Month…
As much as I am a fan of poetry and have kept to my resolve to dedicate the entire month of April to poetry, I do miss posting other interests. Here’s a preview of my need-to-catch-you-up posts:
- The moose came back, with baby, and devoured my tulips. How many English teachers have to deal with moose interrupting class?
- Survived the 2016 Flu run.
- Visited the wondrous Seattle Library and gazed upon a First Folio.
- Devoured several books of note over Spring Break.
- Considering condo life–shh, don’t tell the hubs as these noises fret him.
Shakespeare and his ability to rock the world has awakened in my deeper appreciation for words. I even wrote a Choose Your Own Adventure Hamlet to celebrate this 400 Shakesyear.
Stay tuned for updates coming your way…
Oh, leave the moose alone. They’re dumb and adorable.
And, if I may say so, a Hamlet CYOA is brilliant.
Moose are not adorable and dumb? More like impervious.
I repeat Moose are not adorable. At least the variety running loose in our neighborhood are not. They are tulip munchers. No pluses for adorableness.
They are much, much cuter than tulips. One should grow tulips to attract the adorable moose.
When is the last time you entertained a moose?
Not recently, I’m afraid. Are your moose inviting me over?