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You Guessed It - We Have A Winner - "We Have A Bear We Can Send!"

Down deep in the land of forgotten toys the fourth bear was soon discovered. Gently, gently, gently he was pulled from his hiding place by four girls ranging in age fourteen down to age six. 489 more words

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Elle Knowles reblogged this on Finding Myself Through Writing and commented:

If you enjoyed the bear story yesterday - 'Oh No! Bear has holes', here is the re-blog of the sequel. Cousins taking care of cousins. Such love!

Connecting Through Your Comfort Zone

Finding another blogger you may really connect with gives you that warm fuzzy feeling. And finding one you connect with on two accounts is like finding gold! 239 more words

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Oh No! Bear Has Holes!

How can it be that Bear has holes? They’re only itty-bitty, teenie-tiny holes, but yes, Bear has holes and Cadence was devastated. “Here Mom, you keep him. 797 more words

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Elle Knowles reblogged this on Finding Myself Through Writing and commented:

Here is a re-blog of another one of my favorite post I published about a year ago. This story was inspired when my granddaughter discovered her beloved Bear was worse for the wear - He had holes! Oh no! What to do? What to do? Read on to see how that problem was remedied...

And The Story Continues.....

Have you ever been re-blogged? Just wait until it happens to you and you will be singing along with the best of them! I’ve had a great time re-blogging some of my very own favorite posts this week to help with my time crunch while participating in Blogging 101. 318 more words

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Look Who Has A Box!

On every trip I made to the WHS band room with H this summer I acquired a teensy bit more information. It started with the catalogs for ordering color guard uniforms, flags, and shoes. 437 more words

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Elle Knowles reblogged this on Finding Myself Through Writing and commented:

If you enjoyed 'The Box' here's the sequel. I now know why H seemed to think this was a good idea. Sadly, this box is still around, but somewhat lighter after the conclusion of marching season!

"The Box"

It was just an ordinary box made of corrugated cardboard measuring about 24″ x 15″ and 7 or 8 inches deep. The edges were well worn and the fraying corners and sagging bottom had been reinforced numerous times throughout the year with duct tape. 597 more words

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Elle Knowles reblogged this on Finding Myself Through Writing and commented:

As I have been cleaning and organizing this week, I came across a box. It's not just an ordinary box. It's a special box and you will have to read on down this post to realize how special it is. Half of a school year has slipped by since I wrote this post and H has no interest in picking another box. It looks like he is downsizing a bit in preparing for retirement. He still has about eighteen more months to go - two more concert seasons and one more marching season. It's a bittersweet time for both of us as we count down the events and the goals left for him to accomplish. Hope you enjoy the story!

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