Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood, where little Judy played... or was that Christopher Robin? I never can remember. Pooh and I have been through a lot together, which is probably why I love him so much. He's been my pooh bear for 24 years, and isn't much to look at (so says Eeyore) but he's all mine, and he loves me, too. Second to hunny, of course.
"Pooh," says I. "If you had a webpage, what would you want on it?" He thinks carefully, scrunching up his little nose and tapping at the side of his head. "Think, think, think..." he says. After a short pause, he answers, "How about something about Hunny? That would be a very good thing to have on such a thing as a webpage." "Anything else?" I say to Pooh. "And something about all of my friends." And so I told him, I would do just that!
| ||For all you Eeyore lovers out there, here are some great places to find the li'l gloomy donkey!
||And I'm not leaving out cute, little Piglet. Even a very small animal has his own links on the web. |
|These good ol' know-it-alls Rabbit and W-O-L (that spells Owl)|
have their own sites and graphics.
|What about you bouncy, trouncy, flouncy pouncy types? If you're looking for some places to bounce, try these sites.
||But best of all is Winnie the Pooh, or Pooh, for short. And he's certainly not lacking for internet space! || |