I’m ashamed to admit that when I read the first two words of the book title I thought of this.I see that a more recent book of his deserves to have its title broadcast far and wide: “Stones into Schools: Promoting Peace with Books, Not Bombs, in Afghanistan and Pakistan.”I bow to such as he.
He looks so caring, attentive, and just comfortable to be with. Do you mind if I ask you what the name is of Mr. Cuddlelumpkins with his dandy lime-green flaring scarf?
TG -- I hope that woman has triplets one day. The bear IS a pretty endearing companion. He goes by Bear Butt. (There's precedence for this silliness: We had two cats a while ago, named George and Albert, but my kids called them Jo-butt and Al-butt.) Fortunately, the bear has a forgiving nature.
Wonderful -- and its a gorgeous shot, to boot.
I love your bear. It looks like a great nook to curl up and read.
He's cute. I have a teddy, too, that I use as an extra pillow to prop my head when I read.--Bibi, from another account.
Mr Teddy bear has a good home. ^_^Cuddly Lucy
Lovely picture. I looked at that book several times but have yet to read it.
I love a good book and a cozy spot to read it in.Your Teddy is too cute Alexa!
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That’s an interesting progression from Albert to Al-butt and then "George” extrapolated to Jo-butt. One wonders if the original coiner of the monikers was a certain K-butt.
He does look cuddly and makes a great angle on the cuddly theme this week. Scott at World’s Best Photography Blog ;^)
That is a no-calorie comfort food for the soul.
Great take on the theme! Happy PH! :-)Mariposa's PH
I love Bear Butt ~ not the least for his name!
makes me want to curl up there. like your blog - found you via photohunter.
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