Saturday, February 28, 2009


Does anyone have any thoughts on the notion of a group of teddies serving as crime solvers? Granted, Betsy Bear is part of this group so they have loads of criminal experience but still. My human's currently working on a series of mysteries featuring teddies as detectives. Of course, I appear as well, but still, how secure would you feel if you were a crime victim and knew that Betsy Bear was investigating?

Friday, February 27, 2009

Quit Show Part 3

Well, I have managed to keep the polar bears from getting online and signing up for Bear Club in order to hunt down boy bears. I'm afraid, though, that I wasn't as successful with Betsy Bear. She snuck on when I was checking with my tenant this morning about a bird bath installation. On the up side, she wasn't looking for a mate. On the down side, she looked up wagons on ebay. The hotel that is hosting this quilt show offers free donuts as part of their complimentary breakfast. I'm afraid that last year, they foolishly rolled in a cart loaded down with them just as that bear came strolling down to the lobby. Do you think I need to send some sort of warning should she get her paws on a wagon for faster snitching?

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Bear Blogging

I think I might be in trouble. The bears have found a teddy social networking site, The Bear Club that offers the chance to chat with other bears. I caught the polar bears working on trying to get onto it a bit ago to make a post titled "Single Polar Bears with cubs looking for same"! And there's at least one boy polar bear on there that I've seen so far, too! Does anyone know how block such a dangerous site?

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Quilt Show Continued

Well, the penguins are getting into the act now. I caught two of my penguin sisters looking up photos of the pool at the hotel where the quilt show is being held, and my penguin brother was searching for a pair of trunks. I just hope the hotel pool has a feather filter installed. As for the polar bears, they're still as eager to go as ever, although I'm not sure how they expect to get there if they won't poke more than a nose out of their blankets. Speaking of the polar bears, they asked me to post seeking advice. They have some polar bear fabric they're wanting to make into quilts, but they can use suggestions as to what pattern to use.

This is the fabric they're looking at using. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Quilt Show

Does anyone know how much warning I'm required to send to a quilt show that my polar bear sisters are planning to visit? I'm not sure how they plan to get there, of course, since they refuse to come out of their blankets for long enough to trot to the car, but I wonder how much warning will be needed in case they figure out a way. I caught them last night checking out listings for batting and maximum warmth potential. Do you suppose the quilt show can in any way, shape or form hold me to blame if the polar bears drop in and snag every quilt in the place for their polar bear comfort?