I was sitting in a chair by a window a couple evenings ago, and Anna, who was outside, kept walking by, back and forth, many times. I finally asked her what she was doing and she replied (with a big grin) "Worming."
Hmmm. Obviously I went outside to see what this worming was all about.
Anna was lifting up flat rocks, looking for worms underneath, and then transplanting her little wiggly friends to her butterfly garden and tomato patch. Then she scooped up all the worm castings with a hand trowel and used them to fertilize her tomatoes and peppers...
She is a very serious little gardener, wouldn't you agree? As well as a friend to all animals - those earthworms are definitely in a more prime location now!