Wednesday, January 12, 2011

HIBERNATION TIME.

I've finally got a very melancholy Bear back into his den. Upset Bear, really. Too many difficult things going on.

Next time I won't wake him if something goes wrong, like the shooting of Rep. Giffords. He's really not coping well with a lot of things this year.

Time to let sleeping Bear lie.

17 comments:

Natalie said...

Bearet, i think you will find that there will be line up for hibernation. Shove over.

Jacqueline said...

Let him sleep Miss Sadie...sometimes the world is just too much.

potsoc said...

Your ladyship is most considerate with your beloved Bear.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Take care of Bear, Miss Sadie... may he sleep warmly and peacefully.

Bises,
Genie

Miss Sadie said...

Thank you all for your kind thoughts. Bear is hibernating very well. But I'll keep a close eye on him.

Nancy said...

Sigh. Hibernation is starting to look pretty good...

Amanda said...

be sure to check on him regularly miss sadie, and give him a lick on the cheek.

GutsyWriter said...

Bear, you need to come and see the little mermaid. She will cheer you up.

cheshire wife said...

Go and enjoy your hibernation. Sadly the world can not be changed over night and will still be here, much as it currently is, when you wake up in Spring.

Laura said...

I've never had a dog comment on my blog before! What a wonderful surprise Miss Sadie. :)
Thanks so much for stopping by!

I hope that Bear feels better soon and has a nice sleep. ;p

((Hugs))
Laura

Miss Sadie said...

Thanks, also, to those who have written recently. I check on Bear regularly, and he's doing just dandy, for a Bear in hibernation.

I've been checking your blogs, too, and have all kinds of interesting things to show Bear when he "comes to" in the spring. And some sad things, too, unfortunately.

And if you feel like hibernating, I suggest you do it. As Jacqueline said, wisely, "sometimes the world is just too much."

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Oh, I'm so sorry to hear this, dear Sadie!! Please take good care of him, and let him know that he's in my thoughts and prayers!! Hugs, Janine

Miss Sadie said...

Thank you, Ms. Janine. Bear takes great comfort in his friends. I'll let him know that you've written (as have others) when he rouses.

rosaria said...

Oh Miss Sadie, you're a great hound, indeed, with a phrase like "...your golden years are those when your give your gold to the doctors."

Bear should know I appreciate his sense of humor and wisdom modelled by you.
Whisper, happy dreams, into his ear.

Miss Sadie said...

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Oh Miss Sadie, you're a great hound, indeed, with a phrase like "...your golden years are those when your give your gold to the doctors."

Bear should know I appreciate his sense of humor and wisdom modelled by you.
Whisper, "happy dreams," into his ear.

Teacher's Pet said...

Miss Sadie...Please, give Rob Bear a lick on his hand...a nudge now and then....rouse him gently and let him know that Jackie says hello and hopes that his hibernation is being good to him.
I'd send you some of our weather, but it's rainy right now...and you probably don't want the precipitaion with the cold you are having....sigh....makes a Bear just want to sleep longer.
It's funny about our weather here in the southern USA....when it rains here in the winter, the temp. outside is warm....and we don't get snow. When it's collllld outside, we NEVER get precipitation...sigh. We never see the winter wonderland that you and Rob get to enjoy.
Warm wishes for a snooze that is restful and relaxing!
Hugs and smiles,
Jackie

Miss Sadie said...

Thank you, Miss Jackie, for your kind thoughts. Bear is sleeping very soundly at this point, and I don't want to do anything that will disturb him. I've been worried about him; the last time I woke him up, things did not go well. Hence, "Let sleeping Bear lie."

However, when he wakes up, I'll get him to read your very delightful note.