Because he loves water (before being captured, he was filmed pool-hopping
), the sanctuary would love to build him a pool."
Would you rather have a piece of rice permanently attached to your lip or a fly always buzzing around your head?" These are some of the questions that Natalie and her friends idly contemplate as they spend lazy summer nights hanging out at the Ding-Dong and engaging in the occasional game of pool-hopping
. It's a quiet, ordinary summer, except that Natalie is trying to avoid thinking about the fact that her older sister Claire will be going away to university in the fall and nothing will be the same without her.
POOL-HOPPING AND OTHER STORIES BY ANNE FLEMING POLESTAR 1999
The first (and only time) I heard Anne Fleming read from Pool-Hopping and Other Stories, I walked in on a lecture hall full of Emily Carr art and design students at the very moment she (or rather her character) was inserting a tampon.