The Official Writing Challenge
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Bravo! I loved this. It gave me chills. So very good. I want a copy when it is an illustrated book.
The title caught my eye. What an entertaining read. Congratulations for such a cute read.
Sweet story poem that the small ones would really enjoy!
What a lovely story. I'm going to read it to my daughter tonight. She'll love it. Each of my children has one of those 'special' toys that can't be parted with.
Adorable story. Great job.
Procrastinating writing my entry this week -- went out browsing old entries:) This is so cute!
Yes, teddy bears are a nearly universal language. You brought to mind the one our son received as an infant, which we photographed with his cap and gown last June, and now occupies a place of honor on his dorm room bed. I don't believe it had ever been relegated to a box though. :-)
I can so relate - my version of Ted E. is now in a little red wagon gracing the top of the kitchen cupboards. Big Bear is no longer blue and now has buttons for eyes, one arm is slightly in need of repair but he is my 62 year old "Ted E".