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He crawled under the benches, and he dropped the hymnbook on the floor to listen to it thud. One Sunday he even escaped and went running down the aisle, laughing and giggling. That made Chandra want to crawl under the bench herself. What could we do to help him? There was Kendall doing puzzles. He was very quiet and seemed to be thinking intently.
But I am in trouble with these two things: What would it mean "wiggle worm". It is one of the list of idioms as proposals to teach language.
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If you've been following my fishing reports for a while, then you already know that one of my favorite mid-summer presentations for Walleye is the jig and night crawler. It all started years ago when I was trying to help my two daughters catch fish over rocky reefs without getting snagged. I added whole night crawlers which gave the light jigs even more float and cast them out to see what would happen. Not only did this solve the problem of getting snagged, but the fish loved the presentation and my little girls caught lots of good fish. I could hardly wait to try them again and when we returned home, I used them on a guide trip and they worked like a charm here too.