Ronnie was a good, good, good worm. I just got Ronnie from Mrs. Templin, my teacher and she got him from the pet store. Ronnie doesn't have a mouth or eyes. Worms are good for plants to grow, because they loosen the soil. Worms eat leaves and sometimes dirt and wirvy-bert (some kind of food for worms.)
When Ronnie got home we took a picture. (Cavett asked if Ronnie was smiling. When I reminded him that worms don't have mouths, he said they smile with their noses.) Next we put him in the garden and watched him squiggle away into the earth.