Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Surgery day

One dear member of our family, Mr Bozo Bear, needs 'surgery' because he is loved and snuggled so much :)

Awaiting the op

The big tear in his back

Smaller holes in the back of his neck (you can see he has been sewn many, many times before)

Sustenance for the surgeon :D

And he is now recovering 'post-surgery' with a snooze in Anya's bed awaiting her return from school. There will be one happy girl later :)


Charlotte Hupfield Ceramics said...

ahh bless that is so cute :)

Catherine said...

Those chocolates, gimme, gimme.
Sorry, I think I must be having a sugar low!
I love him - he's a properly loved teddy isn't he?!
x x x

WoodbankCrafts said...

Mr Bozo Bear....what a cutie! Looks like the 'surgery' was successful, possibly helped by the yummy looking chocolate x

june at noon said...

Good thing Mr. Bozo has a talented surgeon on site! ;)

Steph said...

I remember my mom doing this for me. It meant so much to me, and it will to your little girl too!

Tweed Delights said...

Very successful surgery I'd say - all ready for more snuggles :)!

Bigbluebed said...

I love your bear.

My Mary lost her bear just before Christmas and it still makes my heartache to think about it. I think till the day I die I will be looking for him still.

Mary is more stronger character and though misses him she has found another similar one who she now loves too.

So - make sure the bear is always where he should be.


Truly loved toys look like that one. I get in trouble from my little girl when I mend 'Ra-ra' because she then can't find snuffly bits!!! She told me this morning how 'Ra-ra' and Teddy smell lovely (they don't!!!), I remember being just the same though!

Tip Top said...

Surgeons cannot do a job that big with such little chocolate!!! Tsk!

WendyCarole said...

Hope Mr Bozo Bear is now feeling a lot better. Biddle periodically has a little op to sort out his stuffing. Usually after the holidays when he has been pulled in and out of the rucksack.