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Friday, October 26, 2012

Hello from Town Hall


This is kj, the laid back mayor of Blogland Lane who is content to let our collective blog chug along at two miles an hour.


Since Mr. Bear is going to be posting his photos and since Mim is experimenting with her Water Lily Girls, is anyone interested in having a gallery show of anything: photos, paintings, poems, stories, collages, anything?!

And maybe we should talk about the large nest that has mysteriously appeared in the northern corner of Blogland Lane...


Monday, October 22, 2012


Well, it has been an interesting summer. Don't have much to say except that I came out of hibernation in March, they went back to sleep until April. Then I got up, and did, well, things a Bear would normally do, like eat and sleep. And try to stay out of trouble. (That is difficult for me.)

Anyhow, over the summer, I was doing this and that, and waiting for hibernation until next spring.


Have you ever notice how quiet it is around Blogland Lane? Beautiful houses, delightful shops and the like. But nobody seems to be here. Not even the Blogland Lane Municipal Office. All so very strange.

Anyhow, Bear decided to change that. Maybe.

Bear is going to start putting up photos. In front of my tent, and over to the side a bit (so they don't get too smoky from the fire). At least one a week. And after I've got a few up, um, well, . . . I'm not sure what will come next. 

And I'll see if I can set out some tea with hunny, and maybe some cookies. (Humans like cookies; I know that for a fact.)

Anyhow, it has been snowing up in the hills, so I thought I would start with a snow picture.

That does look kinda blizzardy, doesn't it?

The other thing that came to mind, just now, was a quotation. Something about stating things. Oh, yes: "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." That was from a chap somewhere in Asia, named, . . . named, . . . ah, yes! His name was Lao-tzu. I think. Anyhow, I've taken the first step, and there will be more.

Blessings and Bear hugs to all!