I have always been a stuffed animal kind of gal. When I was younger they lined my bed and even now, I can spot about a half dozen peeking about in my office. They are my friends, they are my muses. I will always love them.
So do you think I’d go on a two-week walk without taking at least one? Nope, wouldn’t be able to do it. Of course I’ll be taking a stuffed animal, but which one?
Can’t bring my chicken, she’d take up too much room in my pack.
As would my Ugly doll.
And my cat.
Think, think. I need something small, with expression, and that would sit quietly while I tell a story.
Ah, I know.
This. This is what I’ll be bringing on our border to border New Hampshire walk.
Hello friend. Welcome.
Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com
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