Monday, April 26, 2010

My Craggy Clan

This is my Craggy Moor Clan as of today. Mabel was my first Craggy Moor companion,
and still the matriarch of the clan.
She found Chelsea Fieldmouse to be her companion.
Mabel is a great talker, and Chelsea is a great listener!
Garen was a custom order,
based on several previous Craggy bears I had seen.
He is the constant kindergartner
who loves to laugh and tumble around.


His little sister is Ellie.
Ellie prefers dressing up in finery
and attending tea parties to rolling in the grass.


Today my Earth Day (April 22) order
hopped out of his box and into my heart.
Robert Hay Rabbit is sweet and squishy
and is a bit of a hippie.


I love the feel of velvet and wool and suede,
and having companions like nothing manufactured.
They all have the sweet aroma of lavender
and are full of personality!







Thursday, April 22, 2010

Robert Rabbit

Resistance is futile...


photos by www.thecraggymoor.com

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Saturday, April 10, 2010

Garen's Wild Ride

Why are you putting the sled away?
I want to go fast down the hill!!! Oh? Runners are only for snow?
What is that up there with wheels on it?
Can I use it?
It looks like it is just my size!
How do I get this thing up the hill?

Weeeee!!!!
I love riding down hill!



Here I come!



Oops!
I guess my arms aren't long enough to reach the handle
when I ride inside of it!


I can put it back up on it's wheels.




Can I do that again?
That was fun!













Friday, April 2, 2010

Good Friday

Today is Good Friday!
The local public school system also calls it "Vernal Holiday",
which is a fancy way of saying my person
doesn't have to go to work because it is spring holiday. Yesterday, the winds were blowing too hard
for smaller friends to come out and play,
but I got to climb the tree that was just starting to bloom
two weeks ago.
Peek a Boo!

See the blue sky and white cherry blossoms in full bloom!


I bet there are more signs of spring now
then when I looked on the first day of spring
two weeks ago.