That's one of my favorites! Nice job, well read.
Tom had been teaching it to her, and then printed it out so she could read it.
Well done! Mary
I got such a kick out of it.
She really is!
A perfect exercise for a warm summer day. :) Sweet.
Yes! And by the way, I do miss your blog.
Great job reading that tongue twister. That looks like such a cool shady porch.
It faces west, and is pretty much the only shade we have. We've planted it just as the west side of my childhood house with lilacs (my mother's), locust trees, and a vine called either Dutchman's pipe or elephant ears. Going to post a picture of that soon.
Not bad at all...I would probably have fallen out of the swing if I had tried to do it that way. :-)
Very nice, Miss Hazel! What do you know about woodchucks? LOL
Oh my gosh, Kay. Do you know what? This all came about because we saw the woodchuck and then later heard it doing the whistle sound - as she was learning the tongue twister! Another name for it is "whistle pig".
Very good! Hazel has a beautiful voice as well as being an excellent reader!
So nice of you.
That's tough and she read it so well!
Tom taught her, and then wrote it down so she could really learn it. And there was a woodchuck nearby as this all happened! That's how it came up. I had seen it earlier, and then it was out of sight but giving it's whistle. Besides groundhog, it is also called a "whistle pig."
Oh my! That is very impressive indeed. ❤️
What a lovely relationship she must have with her grandfather! I love big porches like yours.
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