An Old Cedar Trunk.
To store the mohair.
I need a friend!!!! Granny was given this old cedar trunk to store her mohair in this week.
So she promptly filled it to the brim, with all sorts of plains and curls, and swirls.
I dug down to the bottom to see if a friend was in the trunk for me. Us Teddy Bears are made of mohair and I thought may be a friend was hiding in the bottom.
No such luck. Although is did feel soft and like bouncing on a cloud.
This is the old trunk
How much mohair and does any one want.!!!mmmm????
Granny says she never knows what colour she will feel like making tomorrow.
Well I didn't find any friends, but I did go out on the lawn , and guess what I found
I can't eat toad stools so Granny said to come inside and help her bake.
It was called Apple and sour cream slice.
I did help stir.
It is a bit hot to eat just yet. May be I might burn my tongue.
Arrr... Just right with a nice cup of tea...
It was all so yummy I was trying to lick the last bit out of the cup, when Granny caught me.
Hummmph!!! I got the telling off for not having manners. I told her that she wouldn't want me to waste any would she!!! ****###.
That was not the right thing to say. "Manners need to be used at all times. " I could hear her saying with a high pitched raised voice. Then came the words that stuck in my throat.
"If you don't have manners you won't be able to go to camp."
Well I have just decided that is good to have manners all the time. Yes that is all the time.
(May be after camp I won't have as many.")
Peanut butter on toast and off to bed. Day light saving night, I can snooze for another hour.
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