We have had some cold mornings, zero Celsius at 6 a.m. frequently, not really cold by Northern standards, but for us down here, quite nippy, frosty lawns, glass top frozen on the outside table, and lovely days later on.
The Bears decided it was time for a picnic. Gather round,my friends. Roll Call!!!
March , Yellow Bear of Being active Outdoors, this will be fine for him.
Dione ,over at her blog, Clever Chameleon , will be thrilled to know we all had a wonderful time.
Sadly, on his way to the capping ceremony, Green Bear #2, had his mortar board damaged, He replaced the cord and tassel, but tied it onto the wrong end. Never mind, he said to himself, I will just throw more of the purple hood over my shoulders.After all, I have the pale blue sashes for the BE degree, ( with honours)and purple for my ME degree with Distinction.
They gathered on the bench seat in the shade, and decided it was too cold there .
Haha, says Purple Crazy Bear, I can see all my friends up North!!!
Let’s go and find another spot. Those trees are looking like a good place to sit. We were fine sitting here until Boris came along and disturbed everything.
Well, says Green Bear #2 of higher degrees, and the proper ones, as I will be off to Christchurch next year, and the Dad of the home had a BE and an ME, so sadly my other friend in Green has to stay behind. Bye-bye!!!
Hmm, I forgot to say the cord and tassel have been mended. Can you see the extra purple that I threw round my shoulders? Necessity and an invention, maybe better marks next time.
Boris is making sure the Green Bear #1 is not forgotten.
June flipped over on the calendar without any hesitation, and in July, two friends and myself celebrate birthdays, Maybe a picnic or a yummy meal out together.
Days have been busy with the bears, another BOM and some of the 12 Days of Christmas in July pre planning.
Quotation of the day, author unknown
“ There’s no such thing as being too busy.
If you really want to do something you will
make time for it”
Greetings from Jean.