Ask children about Winnie the Pooh and they will surprise you with their knowledge about Pooh. When I didn't have children and grandchildren around me, I missed out on a special way to promote an understanding of life that will stay with you forever. Maybe I am on the very back-side of 60 but over the years I have relished the lessons taught by Pooh, laughter furnished by Garfield, and animated movies like Happy Feet!
So come on in for coffee and enjoy revisiting our childhood!!!!!
I just had to read your blog - I love Pooh! You have beautiful poems in there; some will go into my motivational journal. When I was pregnant with my youngest daughter, we debated about a boy's name. We agreed on the first name of Christopher. I wanted the middle name of Robin - my husband said no way. It's a good thing she's a girl. 1395 days ago
I have always loved Pooh. That is our oldest (45) daughters nickname from birth. I copied the forever in your heart poem and am going to send it to her. Thanks for the prayers . Never can get enough of them for sure. Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Very tender, loving hug. Pat 1396 days ago