Um, Bear? I'm on my way over to supervise you! This is scary! :-)
Oh; your supervision would be welcomed at any time. See you soon!Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
:) Love it!tm
I love being unsupervised, too!Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
I'm always unsupervised, but am too afraid to get into trouble.Love,Janie
And here I thought unsupervised people just naturally got into trouble.Like the acre of land the farmer left to the devil. Probate Court ruled that if people left it alone, it would go to the devil all by itself.Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
Unsupervised ... the way to live (when we reach maturity, that is.)
But what happens if one never grows up?Oh, this is getting better all the time!Would you come a write a few pomes for us? You're so good at that! Pleeze?Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
YES! the only way to be - unsupervised!!!!! ;)
Gets my vote, even if it scares me!You want to come along too, with the rest of the gang? Oh, do come, we'll have such fun!Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
Oh no!!!!!!!!! A loose wild bear! sandie
NO, no, no! A wild Bear on the loose is not the same as a loose wild Bear. A loose wild Bear, like a loose woman, has questionable moral principles and behaviours. A wild Bear on the loose is of quite good character, but unsupervised. Which makes the Bear appear to be dangerous, when, in fact, he isn't.Just so you know, Sandie.Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
Just watch out. Bears on the loose tend to giggle a lot! Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
Haha! I love this! Pretty scary indeed!
Peculiarly scary, Susie, but not dangerous. The most frightening thing he does is lecture people on the continuing significance of the Oath of Hippocrates. Which is good information, but not terrifying, and behaviour a bit peculiar. So there you have it. Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
We have had quite a few unsupervised bears in our back yard this year. I keep telling skip to stop micromanaging but he never learns. One in particular seemed to appreciate his supervisory skills less than the others. You weren't in the Berkshires recently right?
I understand the concern, Zoe. Caniches are very good organizers, but some critters do not take well to being micro-managed. I have a few cousins that I have not been able to help because of their ways, which are even more peculiar than mine. They are just plain stubborn. Berkshires? Not sure. Do you find them about 400 miles north of Billings, Montana?Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
Bahahahaha Funny!A bear unsupervised. Could be scary! *runs and hides*
The most scary think I have done is a lecture on the Transient Vicissitudes of Non-somnambulistic Hypnopaedia. After the first five minutes, the audience members were all like Bears in hibernation. So I decided to have a brief snooze myself. The lecture was rated a great success. I'm not sure why, otherwise I would repeat the technique.Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
I am constantly unsupervised and wouldnt have it any other way lol...
"Here's to the unsupervised life, Lisa!" said Bear, looking for his glass of Mead with which to toast you. Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
hahahaha! sounds dangerous!
Peculiar, Diva, not dangerous.Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
You don't hav to worry, J.C., you're much too much far away. This time.Peace and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
So...inquiring minds want to know....LOL!
You can take the Bear out of the Newsroom, but you can't take the Newsroom out of the Bear. Best asset for somebody in the Newsroom — a inquiring mine. Blessings and Bear hugs, Terri
Unleashed too, it seems. lol Have a great day, Rob!
Thanks, M.J. Unleashed and a loose ends? Hmmmmmmmm.Hope you have a great day, too!Blessings and Bear hugs!
Not so scary I think even a bear needs a little unsupervised free time ;)Dark Thoughts Blog
The only thing we need to understand about bears is that it's natural for them to be unpredictable.Enjoy yourself :)
actually susan, we Bears are normally quit predictable. If you leave food out for us, we will find it, regardless of whether you want us to find it, or not. Big mistakes are made about this by Humans. For those mistake Bears are usually blamed, and sometimes die. Depressed or otherwise, I will do my best to have a great day!Blessing and Bear hugs!
Love this one! Take Care Bear! :)Mama Bear Musings
Thanks. You take care too, Mama Bear.Blessings and Bear hugs!
Oh, that IS a scary thought! ;-) I feel that way when I'm let out of my cage, too! Have a great Sunday, Rob!
Yes a scary thought — being loose and able to wander vaguely, all of one's own accord. I hope you have a wonderful Sunday too, Fran.Blessings and Bear hugs!
Haha! Enjoy! :D
And I hope you enjoy, too, particularly this day.Blessings and Bear hugs, Dana.
this would be a perfect sign for my daughter, whose son is 11 months old. She is finding that she really can't turn her back on him.
If you want it for your daughter, feel free to take a copy. It's there to share!Blessings and Bear hugs, Susan!
Bears on the loose. Or is it one bear on the loose? Is there something we should know?
Bear on the loose.The only thing you need to remember is that the Bear is peculiar, not dangerous. The last person who saw Bear got a reading of some W. H. Auden poetry. See? Peculiar.Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
I am not one bit afraid if unsupervised youGrrrrrrr! Boo!Lovekj
I am so glad to know, kj, that you understand exactly how to respond to the situation! You're very good with things like that. Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
Oh yes! This made me smile today - thank you!
Glad you had a smile! Smiles are good; the more, the better.Thanks for dropping by and leaving a note.Blessings and Bear hugs!
Oh Yes! This made me smile today - thank you!
Congratulations on your liberation!
Liberation is something I think most Bears understand.Blessings and Bear hugs.
oh boy oh boy! you go bear!
I've been free for almost a week, Megan, and nobody has came after me. Maybe they want me out of their fur (so to speak). That might explain the easy get-away.Blessings and Bear hugs.
funness!!dont feed the bear! he'll never leave you alone =)and i awarded you!
You're a bit late for "Don't feed the Bear"! I already have your address! And I'll just keep coming back, and coming back. and coming back . . . to you're blog. It is just that tasty, Tara. Oops; just so you're sure, I won't eat you.And thanks for the award. Starting Saturday, I'm an award-free blog. I'm so far behind in responding to awards that I think I've never received one.Blessings and Bear hugs!Bears NotingLife in the Urban Forest (poetry)
So glad you've dropped by the Bear's den. Please leave a note -- getting notes is such fun, and often informative. I'll get back to you, here or by e-mail, as soon as I can (or, if it's winter, after I wake up). 'Til then, please Bear with me.PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS AN AWARD-FREE AND MEME-FREE SITE. While I'm honoured to receive awards, I find they take way too much energy in completing. Thanks, but no, thanks.