TEDDY BEARS -
My daughter Joan came by to spend the late afternoon and evening with me yesterday. Her husband takes a class , in the evenings, on Tuesday's and Thursday's. We use it as an opportunity to get together and go out to dinner. With her work schedule we cannot get together as often as we would like. She is not a rug hooker but her skill is in making Teddy Bears and other stuffed animals. She has asked for my help with dyeing some materials that she would like to use for embellishments on the bears. (More on this in my next blog.)
After talking with her and reading Pamela and Edward's blog I thought it would be fun to share some of my bears with you. (http://www.from/ The House of Edward.blogspot.com) Pamela and Edward believe that everyone should have a Teddy Bear and I agree. These two fellows are Rikes Bears. They have the carved wooden
faces and live in the living room by the
bent willow childs high chair. The chair is about 75 years
old and was probably hand made by a
are Boyds. The little
Red Riding Hood is a
special favorite of mine since I have a
soft spot for Red Riding Hood and have a collection
of porcelain Red Riding Hood's.
says "When in Doubt, Look Up"
This is my Angel bear that watches over me.
And this bear is the most important
of them all -
the hospital. His elongated body is perfect
for holding against your chest. It was important
not to jar my chest since it was wired together.
On very cold days the wires still cause me some pain. That's
when I hold him to my chest, he eases my pain and
Yes, Pamela and Edward, I agree, everyone should have a Teddy Bear!