Do any of you know the song
"Love Letters in the sand."
Well I got a love letter in the" post."
I went out with Granny to get the mail and GUESS what????
I pull from the mail box a letter addressed to ME...
I could not believe my eyes.
The letter said it came all the way from the Netherlands.
That means it had a plane ride over the ocean.
It said the writer of this card heard I had a colorful Elli making eyes at me.
The writing said she was a pretty bear, and single,..... Big Help is needed now.
She says she has beautiful flowers in her garden and the bear on the card was holding some for me..
Then she didn't know what to say, and there was lots of hmm's and eh's and humm's
Then she signed it beautifully.
Lovely Greeting from Holland!!
Am I blushing, or have I got a temperature????
"Granny will people and bears tease me getting love letters."
She said, it really was a friendship letter not a love letter. "So do you have to say lovey, mushy things for love letters Granny?"
Oh dear it is so lovely to be admired from people way over the sea.
Especially from a bear in the Netherlands where they have windmills and tulips.
(I looked it up)
Wendy..... I wonder what she looks like??
Will she have pink fur.. or brown. May be she is a blond..?
Her mom is called Pink so she might be pink.
Does she have pimples? Is she tiny or my size?
I have so many questions going around in my head.
Granny says I am loosing it and going to mush, and I need to get back to the real world.
So this big bear was brought for Granny to mend this week. He is sitting on a normal size chair.
He is a whooper and is quite heavy. There are still a few seams to stitch
This is a Shibori scarf Granny made at felting yesterday. It is not finished yet.
Well I am a little off my tucker with all that love letter thing.
I think I will survive on lovely thoughts of Wendy.
See you all next week.
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Denise makes really great bears and has the most beautiful garden.
We hope you enjoy your time reading our blog and seeing our bears.
My thought for the week.
"Kindness is the language the blind can see and the deaf can hear.