It’s been four months since we last checked in with Worm Woman. Here’s what she had to say when we caught up with her today.
ordinary (mostly): It’s been a while since we’ve discussed your worms. How are they doing?
Worm Woman: They’re living. They’re squirming around in their glorious pinkness.
o(m): Anything in particular that you’d like to say about your worms?
WW: They stay alive for two months at a time, even when I ignore them.
o(m): Why do you suppose that is?
WW: Cold temperatures slow them down.
o(m): So have you moved them outside for the winter?
WW: No. They’re just in their normal spot. Being outside would phase them. I would guess that if you want to freeze and thaw worms and keep them alive, it can’t be quick. Flash freezing would kill them.
o(m): Thanks for your time, Worm Woman.