Tuesday, November 24, 2009

This bear is thankful for...

 
Just like the pilgrims were thankful for the feast they shared with the Indians, as a bear I am thankful for...

Honey...
I am thankful for honey. Around here, there are so many bears, that mom and dad always use code when speaking of honey. They call it "H", I think they are afraid of a bearpede.

Family...
I am thankful for my family that loves me. Some of human membears, may not want to admit it, but it's true.

I am thankful for times when my brothers can come for visits, this week it's Buster's turn till Thanksgiving.

Friends...
I am thankful for all my friends and the blogging bears I have met since starting my blog.

I hope and pray that all of you have a Happy Thanksgiving! Don't eat too much turkey, especially if you are a bear, remembear, you are already stuffed.

Grr-bye for now,

Buttons
P.S.
I forgot to ask a beary important question. What are you thankful for this year?

5 comments:

Sir Woodstock said...

And a Happy Thanks-Giving to you Buttons, your hug & family.

And, if you are free on the 30th, please do join me for my very ever first Bear-day - your invitation is on my blog!

Hugs
Woodstock

Theodore M. Bear said...

Happy Thanksgiving Buttons! I hope you and your family have a lovely and relaxing honey-filled and blessing-filled day! :-)

Mack and Sally Ann said...

I love Honey also. I think if there was a bearpede here, then Taddy and I would step on smaller paws. As a result, we have learned to pick up smaller bears when we run. We are quite a bit bigger, so we want to as helpful as possible.
Charlie

Marlowe said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!

Aunt Cheryl said...

Buttons,

I am thankful for my family too. This year has been challenging to say the least, but God surrounded UP and me with great love, mercy and grace through all of them (and you too!)

I am also thankful that I now live close to you and your Mom and Dad. It is extra-special when I get to see you and in-between visits there are no longer years.

I am thankful for my country and all those who have given their lives for our freedom.

Love, Aunt Cheryl