Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Po’ thang.

Po’ thang. (Translation: That’s Southern for Poor Thing.)


I have had days like this when I thought I’d lost my head.


And other days when I have been quite sure of it.


Chin up little fella.  Soon you’ll be lookin’ at the world with your head on straight!


  1. Oh NO! Poor lit'l chap... Please honey, please give him his head. It's a nice colour fur this bear-to-be got. :D

  2. Awww....I know how he feels!!!!
    Margaret B

  3. You're asking a lot of this poor little soul can he keep his chin up if he's lost his head? LOL!!
    Warmest Hugs,
    Sandi @ Ess D'Ess Bears and Bearly Sane Studio

  4. Oh Miss Ginger,

    I am speechless - oh dear.


  5. ROFL, poor little guy, hope he finds his head soon!

  6. LOL!! How funny to see this little befuddled. :o) I love seeing the order in which we all put our bears together. I don't add the limbs until the head is in place. I trust you have this bear's head in process... ;o)

  7. I think I've mentioned here before that I like to do the head first unless I've made the pattern before. If it turns out well, fine. If not, then at least I haven't spent time on the rest of the thing that could be wasted. Actually, on this one, I was out of town and these parts were something I could work on with out all the doodahs and tools for making the head - like my trusty magnifying light! I think we work in a similar order actually - and yours turn out wonderfully lovely!

  8. I love that, that really made me smile! po' thang! ha ha ha thanks G :)


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