George Simons started all this off with his great idea about a crash pad for teddy bears. Then John suggested the crash pad might be in the garden shed, but we’re certainly not happy with that and before John decides that teddies are clutter, we think we had better help him out with this blog and the rest of his de-cluttering. David also commented that he would like to know who we all are. So let us introduce ourselves.
First of all the bear in the blue sweater on the left is Big Ted who thinks he’s the boss of all the bears around here and definitely more important than John who used to think he was the boss until we took over. Next to him is Pyjama Ted who sleeps a lot and never gets out of his pyjamas, rather like John. Next in line is Holly Bear because he arrived one Christmas Day and can be a prickly character like John when he’s de-cluttering. After that is Patch who only thinks he’s a bear, except when he remembers he’s a mischievous dog, like Tilly the cockerpoo who’s a real dog who walks John in the mornings! Sitting next to him is Whitey Bear who is pure as the driven snow and never ever does anything wrong, except when John’s not looking. Now we come to Peter Rabbit, who’s obviously not a bear but doesn’t want to miss out on anything. He’s the clever one because he’s quick and never gets caught. Last in line is Little Ted who MO mentioned in her comments in the last blog. He’s wearing his very own special red sweater. MO can tell you the story of the red sweater.
We are here to take over this blog about clutter 😈. John is making heavy weather of it, he has been at it for months and you can bearly see any difference. And worse than that he is getting on MO’s nerves going on about clutter all the time. We love MO to bits, so we are not having him upsetting her.
Every bear knows clutter is fun. Didn’t John say these Japanese management ideas he keeps banging on about should be easier, safer, faster and FUN.
“Let’s start with toilet rolls” says Patch. “I know lots of things to do with them. Tomorrow we will show John how to get down to doing de-cluttering properly by teaching John”