Monday, May 07, 2012

Entice, against the window and tender.

1. For the first quarter hour, Alec hides his eyes because he is too shy to look at Uncle Rob. We entice him out by asking him about animal noises -- he can't resist showing off what he knows.

2. I do not think I will ever get tired of watching Alec flatten his face against a window.

3. There is sorrel among the tender grass on the bank at the edge of the Common. After the rain, the whole thing looks good enough to eat.

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