Tuesday, July 29, 2008

flowers, castles and teddy bears!

OH what a great weekend we had back in England. Fabulous sunny days and in amongst the beautiful rolling hills of Kent. We visited THE most beautiful gardens and castles and took hundreds of photos! I am busy sorting them out and will share some with you over the next few days, so get your eyes ready for some colourful flowery delights :)

In the meantime there is a little boy that is trying to say hello next to me! Dylan is wanting to introduce himself to you, he is a sweet old fashioned teddy bear. He takes delight in the simple things in life. For him a perfect day is starting with a bowl of cornflakes with nice cold milk and then taking a stroll with his shiney red bucket and spade down to the beach. His name, Dylan, is of Welsh origin and means "son of the sea", really it couldn't be more appropriate for this little teddy bear. You should see just how happy his face is when he is making one of his grand sand castles, waiting for the sea to rise and fill the moat! His cute little button nose twitches with delight as the sand tickles his paws!

Click here to take a look at all his photos.

He is available for adoption, looking into his eyes you just know that he will be your friend for life. If you would like to give him a new home or join my mailing list just send me an email. Beary Hugs, Catherine and Dylan xx


  1. Hi, Catherine! Sooo glad you had such a lovely time in England...can't wait to see all! Dylan is adorable, sooo, sooo sweet! Give him a big HUG from me, and keep one for yourself too ;o) Happy Days ((HUGS))

  2. Hi Catherine, Dylan looks like such a sweet sincers fellow. I hope he finds a good home soon. Glad to hear you had such a good time on vaccation touring the gardens and enjoying nature. Looking forward to seeing your pictures.

  3. Ok this is my favorite - he is just utterly gorgeous ...

  4. Hi Catherine, I was just reading Kyoko's latest post and came from her to you - I live in Kent (although only for a while - I am Canadian and will go home eventually) and it is indeed very beautiful here.

    Your bears are so sweet - they all have such lovely faces. I applaud you - I have tried making bears and I found them very difficult.

    Got to go now - I am off to visit your shop! ;o) Judy

  5. He TOTALLY looks Welsh. Can just picture him at the beach waiting for the water and then jumping in the puddle in his moat. I'd like to join him.