Sunday, October 6, 2013

Teddy Bears Picnic.

The Teddy Bears Picnic in the rain.
I had to be bandaged so I could tell all the bears that needed a doctor that they don't hurt a bit.(  Hmmm!!!! they did have big pin cushions and injections and a heart listening thing. ) Oh well they don't hurt much. It was my job to be in charge of the bandages. I dished out the tiny teddy biscuits to the teddy's that were patients, and to their owners. I liked that job, because every now and again I did the taste test.
Granny loves the teddy bears picnic at Urrbrae House. Some of her students come as doctors as well, and we have a Teddy Hospital. All the children bring there bears to have an ear sewn on, or a hole fixed up, or more stuffing if they are a bit skinny. Some need new eyes, Some have sore tummies, and some just need a medical check up.
We gave them an exray to see if they were sick in their tummies. with the lap top.

It was so wet it rained all day so the children could not have their picnic outside.
Dr. Vicki is on the veranda showing you how wet it was.
Here is some children with their special teddy bears having a picnic inside.

This is Goldie Locks. The children went down to the ballroom to play games and Goldie Lock wanted them to find the 3 bears.
All the ladies of the Manor dress in Period Costume and the doctors wore whits aprons.
This is some beautiful flowers on a very fancy mantle piece.
I know Granny showed you this old home last year. I told Granny some of her followers might not have seen it last year, so this is the gracious old home. 
These are just some photo's of the lovely garden. You can't tell by these photos. The gardens are very big. 

This is a view from the car park. You can see the city from on this hill

I can tell you I was a tired Wilbur by the end of the day, I went home and had toast, peanut butter and Honey, with warm milk and went to bed thinking of all those bears that Granny helped make better today.

See you all next week.

To all my readers. This is a rose from the garden today.

My thought for the week.
"I'm not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today."


  1. Hi Wilbur,

    You and Granny have such kind hearts. I am so thankful that you both are in my life.

    Prudence ♥

  2. Danke für die wundervollen Bilder. Wilbur macht einen richtig guten Job!
    Liebe Grüße

  3. Hey Wilbur, that looks like fun, though I hope the bungages weren't for real as far as you were concerned. I see that Pru has been soppy again - yeugh - and speaking of Pru, have you seen the place they went to. Looks like they could have a great home there with lots of room for bears to visit. You could go and visit and meet her huming beans.

  4. This is such a lovely project... and so rewarding, not only helping the poor furry patient but also his or her owner. Granny is such a darling and you are a darling, too, helping the poor one to calm down and risking serious health problems by trying the patient's cookies bearsonally to make sure they're good... ;O)

    Flutterby + Birgit

  5. What a special service! I've had to be a Bear Doctor a time or two, are a good helper, Wilbur......Wil sends his love.
    Mama Bear

  6. Hi Wilbur, thank you so much for all the amazing Pictures - at exactly the right time for me on this rainy sunday afternoon... :o)


  7. What a sweet post! We are thinking about how happy all the bears are to be healthy again and to have all their ouchies fixed!
    Wilbur you and Granny have the biggest kindest hearts. That's one of the heaps of reasons that we love you.

    Hugs from all of us
    at Honeypot Lane

  8. How wonderful life is....what a wonderful project. We have kind a similar in Holland too. Teddy Bears do a great job and so does Wilbur. You and Granny rock!
    Love to see all the pictures. And roses are my ulitmate favorite flowers. I planted several new climbing roses at the entrance of our new roof terrace. They have a huge fragrance and I hope they will bloom massively next year.

    Big hugs, Thea xoxo

  9. What a wonderful day at that beautiful house ( I mean Bear Hospital) and I've never heard the likes if it ... using laptops for xrays how very inventive. I'm wondering do they do cosmetic surgery? or maybe Bears don't need such eye lifts and botox like us humans.

  10. Just love your blog.and bear's.I have a few,seting around here and there.And thanks for dropping by to visit.(hugs)

  11. Hi Wilbur,

    For a minute there I thought you had been in a terrible accident - whew!

    What a lovely lovely setting and good for the bears as well as their humans.

    Thanks for sharing my friend!

    hugs to you and Granny,

  12. Wonderful and unusual idea. Thank you

  13. Well that looks like a very worthwhile way to spend a day, even if the rain did stop you all from playing outside


    The Clan & Jack


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