As promised in our last post, there are some pictures of Rusty, the Giant Bear, fully complete and showing himself off around the Hospital of St. John, Heytesbury were we all reside.
Here he is, sitting on one of the Garden benches in the Spring sunshine.
Now, he's moved to sit, propped up by a Flowering Cherry Tree in another part of the garden
Finally, when he visited one of our neighbours - who had seen him prior to his treatment and
had specifically requested a return visit. She was so impressed by his new look that she insisted on taking a picture of him on her sofa and then printing it off so that I could have a copy of it as well! This lady is now in her late eighties, but loves using her computer and plays a lot of games on it. She was delighted to be able to put her computer to a "better use" - her words, not mine!
That brings the saga of Rusty Bear to an end. He is due to return home to High Wycombe at the end of this week - rather than the end of May, as earlier suggested. I'll try to remember to take a picture of him sitting in his Best Friend, Philippa's new car prior to his departure. Should be interesting to see what, if any, reaction occurs as they drive the 80-odd miles back home. This time, there should be more traffic on the road - being a Friday afternoon, prior to a Bank Holiday!
The next post will be along shortly. Am presently experimenting with one of the new animal patterns given me as a Mothers Day present by younger daughter, Clare. While off-line I was able to complete Cy Bear's doppelganger, temporarily named Cy Bear II, who is waiting to travel to Normandy to join our recent Clinic patients, Mons. Reynard and Mme Lapin. Also, the 10 Baby Koalas, destined to travel to Sequals, Italy to join The Italian Mob. They are waiting for a departure date - but our friend, RFE is currently "on walkabout", and we await a signal from him as to when travel arrangements can be made.
Until the next post - all the best to everyone. Isobel