It just so happens that I’m a big fan of A.A. Milne and have read the Pooh stories to my children going on 28 years now and soon I’ll be reading them to grandchildren. 886 more words
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For the past two weeks, the school where I work has been participating in the BookSpring Read-A-Thon. What’s a Read-A-Thon? It’s kind of like a marathon, except instead of running a lot, you read a lot, and instead of sweating a lot, you earn money to buy books for local children who don’t have access to reading materials, so it’s infinitely more fun. 563 more words
Anyone and everyone who knows me, knows just how much i have a strange obsession with all things eeyore. And, how over the years I have amassed an eyesore of a collection of eeyore mugs, bowls, teddies, pillows, duvet sets, you name it, i’ve either got it or i’ll add it to the wish list. 60 more words
When I was young, I absolutely loved Winnie-the-Pooh. Not the one you can watch on T.V., but the actual books that A.A. Milne wrote. Since I had no-one to play with (my sister was older than I was, and much too “cool” to play with me), I lived in an imaginary world with everyone from the One Hundred Acre Woods. 314 more words
'I was just sittin' here enjoyin' the company. Plants got a lot to say, if you take the time to listen.' Eeyore.
Yesterday, as we were coming back from our afternoon walk, I noticed one of my neighbours pottering around his front garden. He seemed to be chatting happily away to someone out of my line of sight. 802 more words