Lesson 1422 – But what about my muse?

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.

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As would my Ugly doll.

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And my cat.

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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.

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Hello friend. Welcome.

 

 

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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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2 responses to “Lesson 1422 – But what about my muse?

  1. Lee Yazdani

    Please post pictures of your little friend along the way!

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