Tuesday, April 27, 2010

On the BBC Agenda

Now that we know how things work around here, we can get up to speed pretty quick. No more messing around with meetings where we take ages to make up our minds and end up eating a whole box of cookies. Yes that really happened, but not recently as far as you know.


As the BBC (Blogging Bears Committee), we are organized. I know it’s hard to believe but bears can be organized. It’s just that we are all organized differently. We came up with a plan. Well, several plans. One plan per day, I think. Unless someone tells me I’ve got it wrong.

This is our plan:

A Theme for Each Day

until we run out of ideas.

Exciting isn’t it? I’ll bet that you are curious what our themes will be. Well, I’m not going to keep you in suspense. After all, I’m fairly certain you would like to know what to expect from us Blogging Bears.

The spectacular themes that we have created include the following:

007 Day – This is the day we use our powers of stealth (just like Bond, James Bond) to see what’s cooking in the studio or in the kitchen. Personally, I’m voting for the kitchen but we’ll see.


Fairy Tale Day – This is the day we investigate something magical and share it with you. I’m not exactly sure how it will turn out. I think one of the girls thought this one up and used some jelly beans to bribe a few of the guys to vote for it.


From the Bookshelf Day – If we can decide on a favorite book between the seven of us, and that’s a big if, we will offer our collective review. At least that’s what they told me would happen. I imagine they will tell me which book I am voting for as well.

Fresh Air Day – They told me to tell you that this is the day we interview someone famous. It sounds more like a day we would go outside. Hey, maybe we will go outside and interview someone famous.

Walls Will Talk Day – It seems I was scrambling on the bottom of the box of cookies we didn’t eat and I missed what this is, but if someone explains it to me, I’ll explain it to you.

Worth a Piece of Paper Day – Okay, now this is getting ridiculous. I have no idea what this is. I think they’ve gone and started making things up.

I’m wiped out from all this typing and they’ve all gone to play on the swings. If there’s anything I missed, I’m sure you’ll let me know. In fact, if you have an idea for a theme, just let us know. I’ll run it by the BBC and we can vote on it. I’m not saying your ideas are better than ours, but you might have one or two that are worthy of consideration.

That’s it from here. Time to go swing.


Sincerely yours,

The BBC standing in for


  1. Looking forward to your Thematic Days, BBC.

  2. sounds like the BBC has it goin' on! A great plan for sure.

  3. What FUN!!! I want to join the BBC, too! Maybe there's room on the swings.

  4. Don't Count Your Eggs Day
    (A day to not get ahead of yourself)

    1, 2, 3, 4... I declare a thumb war! Day
    (a day to remember beloved childhood games... or silly games you played in the car...)

    Where'd you get that?! Day
    (a day to "borrow" things)

    The Game is Afoot! Day
    (A day to detect things)

    What's This?! What's This?! Day
    (A day to look at Holidays you didn't know existed) (ps, the name of the day is taken from the lyrics of a song in Nightmare Before Christmas when Jack discovers Christmasland)

    Glitter Day
    (yes, this day is as much trouble as it sounds)

    That's REALLY small! Day
    (a day to examine things smaller than you... counterpart? 'That's Really Big Day')

    History is a Mystery Day
    (a day to examine things historical... an old fort near your house, an old castle in England, and old dust bunny under the couch... you get the idea)

  5. Wow Heather! That's a lot of days. Some very good things to consider we hadn't thought of. Hm-m-m. I'll take them to the committee and see what they say. Personally, I am all for the Game is Afoot day. I could easily do this every day we blog but I have a feeling it might not go over too well.

    Thanks for the suggestions!


  6. Sounds like fun! I'll look forward to your posts! ♥

  7. Hee hee, looking forward to the theme days


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