I'd update my site whilst my girlfriend and daughter
are still asleep. Today is the first day of Chanukah,
so happy Chanukah to anyone celebrating it. I'm
looking forward to some potato latkes with jelly
baby syrup, yummy yum yum.
they say fame has its price and I found that one
out the hard way. My good lady Tea read in the
article in the Borehamwood Times that we have
an open relationship. This was the first she knew
of it and she was distraught to find out by its
having been made public in print. It said in the
local rag that we are married, that was a mistake,
Tea is my girlfriend, I am not married.
Click the link to see the set of 66 photos taken
for the article in the
Times It will take you to the photo sales
page you can view or buy photos here from the
paper then type in Bearsac in the search box.
Although our Christmas was marred by Tea's anger
and distraught I think she will forgive me when
I propose to her. The article made me realise
I really should marry her and also play a fuller
role in the life of my daughter Teasac. It will
be a big step for a bear about town like me but
they are worth it.
the emotion of the last few days we had a reasonable
Christmas Day yesterday. Quality time with daughter
Teasac and time together with all Debra's teddies
singing teddy bear Christmas carols. Christmas
meal was served after the MP for teddy bears speech.
(I was commended for my teddy bear campaigning
teddy bear menu was as follows
stuffed with savory jelly baby puree and pickled
Roasted salmon marinated in sap from the jelly
baby tree Stuffed with jelly baby tree leaves
· Honey coated roast potatoes · Wild asparagus
from the woods on Bearsac's island · Pomegranate
pudding with hot marmalade sauce
Me and Debra in the Borehamwood Times
I am in my local rag, the Borehamwood
They emailed us as they wanted to interview us.
I must say that I think it is about time too.
In the 6 years we have lived in Borehamwood, I
like to think I have become part of the community,
even if I am a teddy bear.
I am sure there will be mixed feelings to my presence
in the local rag, but whatever anyone else feels,
I am a dead chuffed teddy bear. Thank you to Louisa
who did the article and Peter who took the photograph.
articles can only say so much so I thought we
could use my bit of cyber space to say a bit more.
One thing that Debra gets asked is "Why do
you do it"? I will pass over to her to explain.
feel that I was destined to get Bearsac.
For August bank holiday weekend in 1997 a friend
and myself had planned to go to Paris but there
was no accommodation in our price range. We then
decided to go to Brussels, same problem. We ended
up elsewhere in Belgium and on our return day
I spotted Bearsac and just had to buy him. He
is the best thing I have ever bought even if not
the most expensive. I realise now that I was meant
to go to that part of Belgium and not Paris, I
was meant to find Bearsac.
took a while to find his voice after I brought
him back to England; but it was as a result of
so many people spotting him with me in public
and their asking me 'Does he speak' that he found
I found it entertaining, and still do, to see
the reactions we get from people. I am interested
in human behavior and Bearsac comes in very handy
for producing material for my research. Who knows,
maybe I'll write a book on human behavior one
day - You have been warned! I did start writing
stories about Bearsac, with the intention of doing
a book of short stories. (Don't know if I will
ever get around to it). Part of writing is building
characters, and animating Bearsac as I do, helps
in building him, as do the reactions we get.
I'm quite a cheery person and like to share this
with people. I like to see people smile rather
than look miserable and it's great when someone
gets on the bus or train miserable and get off
smiling because of Bearsac. It's my way of spreading
a little happiness. Of course it doesn't help
all people and some get quite annoyed! If people
ask me politely to stop talking to them, then
we do, but if they are rude we do it all the more.
Eccentric people deserve respect too and I give
as I receive.
I am not really crazy, as some people assume.
It takes some intelligence to look further than
the surface, so be honest with yourself if you
are one of the people that assume, without consideration,
that I'm crazy. Ask yourself 'Have I looked deeply
enough before I judge, and ask what is it about
yourself that you might be insecure about that
you need to look down on someone else to feel
better about yourself'?
always makes me laugh when people feign indifference
to the Bearsac thing but then go out of their
way to tell me what their negative thoughts are.
If they are genuinely not interested they why
bother, why not just ignore me and get on with
do think insecurity is behind a lot of these peoples
motives so I often send out positive energy in
thought form to them, even where I have had a
go back at them and then feel nasty for doing
may be another reason for the thing with Bearsac
is that it is connected to my having Aspergers
syndrome. Earlier in the year Bearsac mentioned
that we thought I had AS. I have since been officially
To read a bit more about Asperger's
syndrome click the link, but I will say here
enough to make the connection to Bearsac.
or people with Aspergers syndrome often have hobbies
or behavior's other people find odd. I get bored
of conventional hobbies and Bearsac has developed
into a self made hobby that I spend a lot of time
doing. It is more than just entertaining myself
and others by having him talk to people; if you
have seen this website for the first time you
will see that.
As I said, I started writing stories about Bearsac,
with the intention of doing a book of short stories.
My boyfriend suggested I have a website and I
thought it was a great idea as it could be a good
marketing tool for the book. I designed on paper
how I wanted it to look and did all the files
and Alan turned it into a website under my design.
He was a little upset to have his skills go to
waste in the simplicity of the design, but I wanted
it that way and didn't want it moving about as
it is so distracting. I know now that the distraction
I suffer from animation is sensory overload which
can often be part of Aspergers syndrome.
have since learnt how to use Dreamweaver and now
do the website myself. The whole Bearsac thing
has become a preoccupation which is a common thing
to have with AS.
love my self made hobby and as yet, have no intention
of giving it up. If you are annoyed by it then
please be DIRECT but POLITE and let me know.
As part of Aspergers I have difficulty recognising
people by their face, so this can mean that where
people have previously asked me to stop and they
have claimed 'Politely so', and I have done it
another time; that I don't remember them doing
so as I don't recognise them. Some people think
that people that are different don't deserve equal
respect. This means that when they think they
are being polite to me that really they are only
being polite in a small way that they think is
enough for someone like me. They would know it
is not appropriately polite enough for other people
but think it is appropriate for me. If this is
how I feel they are being, then I won't accept
it on principle.
Bearsac asks if people have seen him, spoken to
him or been on his website before. People might
be upset that we don't remember them. This is
due to the problem I speak of and not because
they are not important enough to remember. It
is often that I only recognise people when they
do something, say something or make a facial expression
that is distinctive of them that I recognise them;
so if it seems as if I have forgotten you that
will be why.
I recognise clothing and accessories that people
wear often and I recognise people by the way they
hold themselves and move. It is just that the
part of the brain that deals with face recognition
is not too developed in me. If I see you out of
context and I might not recognise you even where
I usually do in context. I recognise couples more
easily and can fail to recognise a person from
a couple or group if they are alone. So If I seem
to be staring or looking puzzled I am just trying
to work who you are or if you are friend or foe
would both like to wish everyone celebrating them,
a happy Christmas and Chunukah. Have fun. x x
x x x
Ferry cross the Mersey
/ Saturday was spent in Liverpool as I had to attend the
AGM of the Mersey Bears. The meeting went well but I cannot
tell humans about it. My 2nd trip to Liverpool was not
all work though, I got a chance to look around the city
and had a freezing cold ride across the Mersey on a famous
Mersey ferry. I also paid a visit to a Roman Catholic
Cathedral which is known by the locals as Paddy's Wigwam.
Constructed between 1962 & 1967, it looks like a wigwam
from outside. Inside it's beautiful and very quiet, spent
quite a while just chilling. Talking to an Irish man that
is a regular there, I found that most of the Irish that
attend do not take offense by the nickname.
and I were sitting on a bench day dreaming when we were
distracted by a whooshing sound. We looked up to see a
man speed past behind us in his electric wheelchair. We
realised it was Paul Henshall from Holby City who plays
Dean, a Student Doctor. He came back past a few mins later
and we got him to stop. He seems very nice and a photo
of him holding me is in the Bearsac
Meets Celebrities page. Thanks Paul.
Me with my Westminster sticker for meeting in House
was to attend a meeting to do with disability for her
work today in one of the House of Lords committee rooms.
By some amazingly huge coincidence I also had to attend
a meeting there too about the rights of teddy bears to
have state financed teddy bears picnics once a year. We
arrived early for our meetings and were allowed into the
committee room where the meeting Debra was to attend hers
early. There was another meeting still in progress which
the doorman assumed we were waiting to attend. This meeting
was about Plant Breeders Rights and we learnt that King
Edward, Maris Piper and Desiree potatoes are not covered
by Plant Breeders Rights. I say that's just not fair,
surely all potoatoes should have rights not just the newer
variety of spud. However, It gave me a few ideas about
rights for jelly baby tree breeders and their rights,
so I will fill in my Management Committee at our next
meeting. The meeting Debra was to attend with her colleagues
was canceled so she just took notes for me in my meeting.
busy the last few days. Debra had to stay at the Hammersmith
Novatel Hotel for a conference over 3 days; so, unable
to sleep without a cuddle size teddy she took Hugo as
Choc-Ice thought it would be nice for Hugo to go for a
change. Of course I went too but was confined to the bedroom
as it was not appropriate for me to be at the conference
(I call that anti-teddy bear). Debra did sneak us up an
oyster and a langoustine and some other bits from the
the buffet lunch, which she said was very good for a chain
Hammersmith we traveled to Sunderland
for the wedding of friends Ellen and Kevin the next day.
Our B&B room had a sea view even if it did not have
the luxury of the hotel we had come from.
Cold on the beach in Roker, Sunderland
and Hugo outside Spotty's cave by Roker Park
Saturday morning we paid a visit to Roker Park (Not the
old football ground). There were barred off entrances
to cave once lived in by a tramp called spotty; us two
bears had our photo taken outside it and by the sea too.
It was cold and fresh and we had a short rainfree spell
The happy couple Kevin & Ellen (Kevin
with eyes closed!)
wedding and reception were at The
National Glass Centre which has a pod for ceremonies,
but it only big enough for families so the rest of us
had a look around the centre which is free to visit. The
wedding dinner had a northern theme of northsea fish,
chips and mushy peas and the dress code for the wedding
was Moulin Rouge. Both bride and groom looked very nice,
Ellen's brides dress was the nicest we had seen; she arrived
in a lorry with ribbons on it.
dancing was fun and Debra's boss (Also Ellen and Kevin's)
almost stripped on the dance floor! It was nice to see
him let his hair down and I had a little boogie with him.
both met a few new people and saw again others previously
met. Some of the people at the wedding are on my Bearsac
Meets The Public page.
Can you spot me having
fun at INTECH
had to attend a conference in Winchester today. The venue
for the conference was INTECH
The Family Science Centre; it is a fun place for conference
if ever you need to hold one in Winchester and is a great
for kids of all ages. At lunch time we had a look around
the centre and both found out how things work by playing
around and having a jolly good time. I met lots of people
here and on the train too. I met a nice young man called
Alan and a teddy bear he had bought for his mum; he did
not have a name yet so is currently going by Canada Bear
until he gets a proper name from his owner to be. You
will find them both in my
Bearsac Meets The Public
Page and the Guest Bear page.
We also met a nice lady with another teddy bear but only
the teddy, called Flut wanted to be in the photo so it
is in the Guest Bear page
too along with Canada Bear.
evening I went to a teddy bear Guy Fawlks night, and No,
that doesn't mean a teddy bear was used as a Guy and placed
on the bonfire! The fireworks were really cool, apart
from the bangers which nearly scared the stuffing out
of my fur. I had to eat lots of toffee apples to calm
myself down but all it's done is make me feel as sick
as a parrot and I had to come home early.
would have been the wedding anniversary of Debra's parents
had they still been alive, and is also the anniversary
of when both thier ashes were scattered; so please have
Debra and her brother David in your thoughts.
Arsenal are higher than spurs! it's been shameful and
degrading being below them.
is a 14th problem in my teddy
bear problem page.
all the best to Hindus and Sikhs celebrating Divali today,
Happy New Year to you. All the best too to Christians
celebrating All Saints Day. Also good luck to any Rastafarians
celebrating the anniversary of the crowning of Selassie
is a 13th problem in my teddy
bear problem page.
met Actress Linda Hayden tonight, she was lovely and is
the latest in my Bearsac Meets
Celebrities page. Also tonight I met two men at Kentish
Town Stn who are photographed with me in my Bearsac
Meets The Public page.
want to say lots and lots of hellos to lots of people
that I met today around London and on the Thameslink and
at Borehamwood stn tonight. Hello Hello Hello Hello Hello
Hello Hello Hello Hello Hello Hello Hello Hello Hello
Hello Hello Hello Hello Hello Hello Hello. Especially
to everyone that photographed and filmed me today. x x
x x x x
just got word that Gary Numan has just had baby number
2, well not literally him himself but his wife Gemma.
Persia was born yesterday morning at 6.24 weighing 8lbs
like to wish Persia, Gemma, Gary and their other daughter
Raven all the best.
sure Gary is busy running round doing all the Daddy stuff
at the mo and too busy to put a photo on his site just
yet but check his site soon if you want to see as I'm
sure he will have one up there soon. http://www.numan.co.uk/index.html
am a teddy bear with a very naughty fan out there somewhere
who has both flattered and angered me. This someone has
stolen a Bearsac T-shirt from off someone's washing line.
It is flattering that they considered a Bearsac T-shirt
a worthy steal but I am also angry that someone would
do such a thing. NAUGHTY HUMAN. The person that had the
said Bearsac T-shirt stolen has just bought another today,
so thanks to him (I won't embarrass him by saying who).
you want to buy a Bearsac T-shirt go to the shop.
the Radio City Tower - Liverpool
we were up in Liverpool as Debra had to go up there with
her work. She had free time and we spent it by taking
a trip over to Birkenhead to take photos of her Grans
old house which held memories for her. We chatted to a
lovely lady called Ella who lived opposite and was friendly
with Debra's Gran (who is dead now). The owners of the
house soon turned up and Debra said who she was and asked
if we could have a look inside. The nice lady of the house
said yes. It had been modernised but was very nice, it
still had the Aga in the kitchen but the outside toilets
had been knocked down; there was an inside toilet in her
Grans day but also outside too. Deb said how all the rooms
seemed so much smaller than when she was a kid, I guess
as I will never grow any bigger I will only be able to
have the perception of room size I currently have so won't
see the difference. It was very nice of the lady to let
us in, thank you. Thank you to Ella too and the two men
at Birkenhead Park stn for their assistance in finding
the road from the station.
to the cool kids at Pier Head in Liverpool, Everyone I
met at the Derby Lodge, everyone I met today on trains
in Birkenhead, Liverpool and London - Hertfordshire. There
is a new photo in my Bearsac
meets the public page.
you very much Tony for alerting me by email to the fact
that newscaster Rizla Teeth is actually called Riz Lateef.
I can't help being a tiny bit disappointed by this as
when I thought she was called Rizla I always thought of
my teddy mate called Rizla when I heard her name on the
news. I still love her though and want to meet her and
give her a bear hug. At least now I have the right name
and spelling I have found photos of her on the net; but
as they are all copyrighted I will not be putting one
up on this site unless I get to meet her one day....Oh
is now a 12th problem on my Teddy
Bear Problem page.
is also another teddy bear looking for a dating partner
Teddy Bear Dating page.
have now entered beautiful Polly, younger sister
of beautiful Ellen, on my Bearsac
Meets The Public page. The photo was taken
on 24th September so it is not at the top as I
am keeping them in date order.
anyone tell me - Is the BBC1 newscaster that sounds
as though she is called Rizla Teeth actually called
that and is that the right spelling? I am madly
in love with her so hope I am getting her name
right. I wonder if she likes teddy bears. Rizla
Teeth even looks like my old teddy bear mate called
Rizla. Rizla Teeth has the same soft brown eyes
and soft face as Rizla the teddy and the area
around her eyes echos the shape of Rizla's, it's
uncanny. Rizla (named years ago and not in connection
to my love of Rizla Teeth) belonged to Alan until
Debra took him to Italy to photograph him as a
surprise for Alan but lost him. I miss Rizla but
I like to think he is well and happy in Sorrento
and speaking fluent Italian by now.
I know the BBC sometimes come on my website so
if anyone at the BBC read this and know about
Rizla Teeth then let her know that I would really
like to be photographed with her for my Bearsac
Meets Celebrities page. Sorry if I have got her
name or spelling of her name wrong.
is another person on my Bearsac
Meets The Public page. I met the Lovely Kelly
in Borehamwood this afternoon, she said her friend
angela met me coming back from Amsterdam, what
a small world. Hello to both of you and Angela
if you see me again you are welcome to be photographed
is a very holy day, as there are at least 3 religions
which have something going on or starting today
and I'd like to wish my best regards for them
all and any others I'm unaware of.
Hindu festival of Navaratri symbolises
the triumph of good over evil.
For Muslims it is the start of Ramadan
and the Fast of Ramadan which lasts the whole
month (from dawn to sunset). Ramadan is a time
of worship and contemplation.
It is also the Jewish New Year - Rosh Hashanah.
Rosh Hashanah is a time to begin introspection,
looking back at the naughty things we have done
over the past year and planning good changes to
make in the new year. As a nice Jewish teddy bear
I have just had some apple dipped in honey for
a sweet and good new year. Rosh Hashanah commemorates
the anniversary of Creation it is when G-d is
said open the Book of Life and observe his creatures,
deciding their fate for the coming year. (I wonder
if that includes teddy bears, but I rather like
to think my fate is in my own paws - or at the
very least in Debra's hands).
latest news is last night I met some actors at
The Old Vic Theater who took part on Richard The
I met Kevin Spacey who played King Richard.
I also met Sidney Livingstone and Ben Miles who
were both nice despite being very tired and no
doubt stressed. See them all in my Bearsac
Meets Celebrities page.
you shop in Borehamwood's branch of Tesco and
will be there by 6pm today be sure to have a free
nibble of some McLalland "Seriously Strong
Cheddar" cheese, it's Seriously Yummy Yum
Yum. Debra and I eat this cheese quite a lot,
so go buy some. There was a lovely lady and three
lovely young men at the stand outside Tesco and
I borrowed thier loud hailer to give my website
and their cheese a bit of a plug. Hi to you all
especially Jason who is the latest person on my
The Public page. See the Seriously Strong
teddy bear campaigning organisation has just had
its AGM, but don't believe any rumors you hear
about an incident at the dinner dance that took
place afterwards, it wasn't me.
I can now feedback to you on the campaigns we
have been running and their status.
For Honey For All Teddy Bears has gone well
in other countries but has not fared well in the
UK. This is because of the Bee Keepers strike
that continues since their union won the right
to strike if a keeper gets stung.
The Government have further stung this campaign
by their refusal to fund importing of honey from
outside the UK to meet the needs of teddy bears
in the UK.
Free Your Teddy has done very well; I have
been inundated with emails and texts from freed
teddies and also from owners who have refound
their childhood teddies in response to this campaign.
Name Your Teddy has had success too; however,
there has been a sharp rise to the already popular
use of the names Teddy and Ted.
To Go Bare Eared This has been a success with
girl teddies already in existence, they have dumped
the unwanted bows and ribbons that they were made
with and feel liberated. However, the campaign
has not gone so well with newly made girl teddy
bears. The previously stated objection from teddy
bear manufactures still exists; they say because
of the pressure to make more girl teddy bears
they have to put bows on their ears to distinguish
them as girl teddy bears in order that the authorities
do not take them as boys and issue fines for not
meeting quota requirements for girl teddy bears.
Campaign for More Girl Teddy Bears may have
meant trouble for Campaign To Go Bare Eared but
it has also found trouble itself. The campaign,
which has resulted in the increase of girl teddy
bears from just 5% of the teddy bear population
to the current 23%, is slowing down at great speed.
Teddy bears of both genders have voiced and demonstrated
concern over the worry that in order to raise
the amount of girl teddy bears for reasons of
equality, 90% of new teddy bears being made are
Realisation has struck the teddy bear community
that this will result in a lot of issues in the
near future and that in some cases it already
The main concern is that there will a generation
where there is a shortage of boy teddy bears (just
as there has in history of girl teddy bears),
but because girl teddy bears prefer their male
teddy to be older than they are this will have
a deep effect for the boy teddy bears that are
being made within this generation. They will have
a lot of girl teddy bears their age that are not
interested in them and of course the older girl
teddies will have even less interest in them too.
The lack of boy teddy bears and overmass of girl
teddies of the new generation will also cause
a lot of other problems too many to mention. So
it's back to the drawing board on this campaign
as we still need to have gender equality within
the teddy bear community but do not want to over
compensate and stab ourselves in the foot paw.
you are not familiar with these campaigns nor
of teddy bears self advocacy, then please see
my Teddy Bear Self
Advocay and Camapigning Page
just got in from a hen party. Debra's friend Ellen
- who is marrying Kevin in November - had her
hen night and I was invited too even though I'm
a boy. The only catch was that I had to dress
as a bride. I'm not normally a cross dressing
teddy bear but it was the dress code for the party.
Ellen is the one being carried in the photo and
if you look toward the right side you will see
me and Debra also dressed as brides.
pub crawled around East Croydon where Debra won
the competition to see who could hold the most
marshmallows in their mouth, she got 12 in. My
favorite part of the evening was when Ellen was
presented with a bra which had fruit polos sewn
onto it; she had to get different men to eat the
polos off of it.
I met a rather nice inflatable sheep in a bar/club
and we made ourselves acquainted. Hi to the people
with the sheep. Hi also to the people on the trains
on the way home. I was spotted on the train by
a couple who were standing on the platform at
Clapham Jnt stn soon after I had told the passengers
I am famous, so that cleared up any doubt in their
mind, so thanks to the couple.
and Thursday was spent in Telford like the same
time last month, as Debra had to work there again
at a forum in the Holiday Inn. Dinner there was
nice as it was last time but lunch on the Thursday
was disappointing and more in line to chain hotel
average cooking, there was most likely a different
set of chefs. The staff is nice and helpful though.
was spoilt by a visit to Telford's chain of The
Bear Factory where Debra bought me 2 shirts, a
hoody sweatshirt and a minidisc. We then had a
walk around Town Park where we both had a go on
the large twirly tunnel slide.
back in London we had a stroll around and came
by the new statue in Trafalgar Square of artist
Alison Lapper by artist Marc Quinn. The statue
is 12ft and made from marble but looked more like
it was made from moulded plastic. I can understand
why Alison Lapper called it a "modern tribute
to femininity, disability and motherhood". I feel
that in current times human society still needs
to make an effort to include disabled humans equally
and also to see their beauty and that of pregnant
woman and to see woman on the whole as powerful.
However, I think human society has some way to
go before they evolve to the same level as teddy
bears that feel no need to make an issue of diversity,
as there is no discrimination or prejudice within
the teddy bear society. We love diversity but
it is not an issue.
I have seen it in the flesh I think the statue
is artistically quite plain, not because of the
subject but because of the too perfect white plastic
look. The stone plinth on which it stands is more
beautiful because it is not perfect and unblemished.
I think if the statue were to be left in place
for a decade or two it would maybe become artistically
beautiful by being weathered and that maybe by
that time it will be simply seen as a work of
art and not a statement which should not be needed
to be stated as diversity, by then, might be accepted
35th birthday to Debra's brother David who is
have have an 11th problem on my teddy
bear problem page which can be reached via
the link or by clicking on the trees then Agony
Uncle on the sign post.
You may need to click refresh if you don't see
now have links to the websites of some other cool
teddy bears at the bottom of my Guest
updated my Bearsac
meets the public page with 2 lovely ladies
I met on the Thameslink. Hi ladies x x
have just updated my Amsterdam page. If you have
not read my Amsterdam page before click Amsterdam
you have and want to read about my recent 3rd
trip click here
3rd trip to Amsterdam which is roughly 1/2
way down the Amsterdam page.
back about an hour ago from my 3rd trip to Amsterdam.
The reason we went a 3rd time is because Alan
is scared of flying and needs short flights to
practice so he can slowly get over his fear. However,
when we got to Borehamwood station he chickened
out. There was no way Debra and I were going to
miss out so just the two of us went.
We had a better time this time without Alan than
the last two times with him.
will update my Amsterdam page in next few days.
Meanwhile, in my Bearsac
Meets The Public page there are two of the
people I met.
need some tea and sympathy. I have been near ostracized
by a group of teddies I considered my friends.
They are angry that I did not use my Capital Radio
interview with Tim Lichfield to promote the campaign
for more girl teddy bears. Had there been time,
then I'm quite sure I could have given it a bit
of a plugging, but I was on just a few minuets
and was not asked about the teddy bear campaigns
that we are running.
However, what my interview did was produce more
awareness of my website, and no doubt more humans
will have come across the campaigning
page and the campaign for more girl teddy
bears. I'm sure that humans will help us in our
campaign by contacting teddy bear manufacturers
and demanding more girl teddies be made, WON'T
an upset teddy bear today as I lost my mobile
phone. It had loadsa of digits in it of lots of
girl teddies that fancy me, what am I to do? Sill
there's always a silver lining to the darkest
cloud. I can get something better. I'm thinking
of getting a Free
Sony Ericsson K750i. Has anyone got it, is
it worth getting, let me know. I will have to
share it with Debra though, she never lets me
have things to myself.
--- I have just been on Capital FM http://www.capitalfm.com/
speaking to Tim Lichfield who was told about
me by Neil from Borehamwood, thanks to both of
you.x x x
I kissed Letitia Dean! (Sharon in Eastenders).
I met her this evening and also met Ross Kemp
who plays Grant. They are both very nice and are
the lastest addition to my Bearsac
Meets Celebrities page. Thanks to both of
cool new suit
the first day I have worn my cool new suit (Alan
thinks it makes me look like Luke Skywalker).
Debra hand made it for me from a pair of her old
trousers for my 8th birthday and Bearmitzvah which
was just over a week ago.
Thank you everyone that has e-mailed me over the
last week to send their kind thoughts for both
my birthday and Bearmitzvah, I can't believe it
is over a week already since my big day.
done England FC in getting three World Cup qualifying
points with their 1-0 win against Wales yesterday.
gave blood this morning. whilst we were waiting
we were chatting to a few people, Hi. I am even
saying hi to Adam, a little boy there with his
mum. He was horrid to me, but I know it's because
he is jelous that I'm cuter than is puppet he
was telling about, so I will make allowances for
his nastiness to me. He is a very bright boy,
so I'm sure he realises how cool I am.
donations are always needed and are always in
short supply. If you think you are suitable to
give blood then please consider it. There is a
mobile donation unit outside Tesco carpark in
Borehamwood today, comes for a day about every
4 months. Alternatively, when that has gone, try
other places. See this link to find out more.
good news is I met one of the Arsenal Goalkeeper
Manuel Almunia - see him in the Bearsac
Meets Celebrities page. I also met Robert
Pires again today (as above). He is already
in the Celebrities page so thought I'd put him
in the diary instead today. It was great meeting
you again Robert, and also great meeting you
bad news is that I am not in the Borehamwood
Times yet. There seems to be so much going down,
good and very bad in the Wood and stories that
are time related have priority over a little
teddy bear. However, maybe next week.
I did enjoy having my photo shoot with the Borehamwood
Times photographer the other week though and
the interview last week, even Debra looked good
in the photos; you can see them on The Borehamwood
Times website photo sales page http://3276.e-printphoto.co.uk/hendon/index.cfm?z=z&CFID=2784579&CFTOKEN=23793188
search on Bearsac. There are 66 photos.
and music in the main tent
had a nice day yesterday, 28th August. Debra and
I went to Letchmore Heath to attend the event
of the Janmashtami festival.
is a Hindu festival that celebrates the birthday
of Lord Krishna. Krishna is said to have been
born on the eighth day (ashtami) of the Rohini
nakshatra. The Hindu calendar being luni-solar,
these two days may not coincide, and therefore
there is some ambiguity about which day is celebrated
as Krishna Janmashtami. Different sects may possibly
celebrate it on different days. Krishna Janmashtami
occurs in August or September of the Gregorian
calendar. This year his birthday falls on 26th
August, the same as mine! He is the re-incarnation
of Lord Vishnu who is thought of as the preserver
of the universe and a major god to Hindus. The
name Vishnu means 'one who pervades'; 'one who
has entered into everything.'
Hare Krishna's of Bhaktivedanta Manor - which
was donated to the Hare Krishna's by Beatles member
George Harrison - host the Janmashtami festival
in the grounds of Bhaktivedanta Manor in Letchmore
Heath, between Borehamwood and Watford. It is
the biggest Janmashtami festival in the world
outside India. About 50,000 pilgrims visit over
a period of 2 days. Some fast up until mid night
but many more queue up, as we did, for the free
Prasad (food that is blessed by it having been
offered to Krishna). There were also tents selling
various foods, we tried Khichi which is a savoury
doughy thing made from rice flour, it is yummy
yum yum sprinkled with chilli powder.
eaten we went to the main tent and watched some
dancing and later listened to some beautiful singing.
We also learnt a little about Hinduism in a small
exhibit called Seven days. There was a youth project
in a small tent who were showing people to do
some dance moves and we also enjoyed watching
"Veggie Steady Cook" in another tent, where shown
how to make a simple sun-dried tomato pesto sauce
for pasta and eggless pancakes. We were all given
some afterwards and shown how to offer it to Krisna
before you eat it.
had spent about 6 hours there and even got to
go into the house, but we thought it best to leave
at 6.30pm as it took 1 hour and 15 mins to walk
there and we wanted to get back before it was
dark as we had to walk down country lanes with
no street lamps. We walked part way with a Hare
Krishna who was on his way to Radlett. We had
a great day but were both tired out by the time
we got home at 8.50pm and were in bed by 9.30.
Hell to everyone we met at the festival.
find out more visit the Bhaktivedanta Manor website
Tov to me! I was Bear-Mitzvah (Bear of the Commandment)
this morning. Before Debra and all the other teddies
I confirmed myself a grown teddy bear. I am 8
today. Because teddy bears are more mature than
humans we become Bear-Mitzvah younger than humans
become Bar or Bat Mitzvah. I got my final pot
of honey as payment for any work I do. Now as
a grown up teddy I get paid in cash for any work
off now to party. x x x x x x x x x x x x x
have been in Telford in Shropshire for the last
three days as Debra was at a conference to do
with her job. Choc-Ice came too but stayed in
the bedroom all the time. He got looked after
by whoever made the bed and they tucked him in
just as he likes it as you can see in the photo.
The staff at the the International and Holiday
Inn in Telford are very nice and go out of their
way to help you. The food was good too, I'm usually
not impressed by food in chain hotels. Thanks
to any staff reading this.
to everyone I met over the last three days. Janusz,
who we met on the train going up is in the Bearsac
Meets The Public page in the photo album.
sure you check back here in a by Friday night
as I should have a photo of me having my Bear-Mitzvah
on Friday which is my 8th Birthday.
sure if you live or work in Borehamwood to read
the Borehamwood Times this week (comes out Thurs/Friday)
you might find someone in there you know well.
had a surprise day off work today so as the weather
was nice we went to the Arsenal training ground
to wait outside for training to finish. I had
my photo taken with Robert Pires and Francesc
Fabregas. They are in my
Bearsac Meets Celebrities
page. Thanks boys, keep up the good work for the
Gunners this season.
I've been a busy little teddy bear of late studying
hard, learning Hebearew for my Bearmitzvah on
my 8th birthday on 26th August. It's not been
all studying for me though, I've been working
hard too. I met with Rosebeary Roberts, MP for
Teddy bears today to feedback on our campaigns,
she is really becoming the ironbear lady of teddy
bear politics; I needed plenty of honey afterwards
met a nice young lady on the train this morning,
she was going to Brighton. Hi to you and the nutty
boys with you, hope you all had a nice time. Hi
also to the nice lady Debra and I were speaking
to on the train home this afternoon.
have been busy most evenigs of late, reading to
Debra, and we have posted a new book recommendation
on my Bookworms page,
entitled Songs of the Gorilla Nation.
is a new campaign in the Self
Advocacy page, it is called
Name Your Teddy Bear.
bring you up to date on other campaigns since
the election of Rosebeary Roberts as MP for Teddy
Bears, I inform you of the following:
For More Girl Teddy Bears
We have now got the amount of girl teddy bears
up to 22% with our hard work. We have a long way
to go get to 50% so we need all the help we can
get, and support from humans to target teddy bear
manufactures to make more girl teddies is warmly
Go Bear Eared
We are not getting through to most teddy bear
manufactures on this one, they are saying because
of the pressure to adhere to political correctness
in the making of more girl teddy bears, they feel
in order to make it clear the teddy bears are
girls, they have to put bows on their ears to
make it clear.
However, we are having better luck with girl teddy
bears who already exist. A lot of you who hated
your bows have had them removed either by your
teddy friends or your newly understanding humans.
Keep up the good work.
This, it seems, is never going to bear any
fruit, despite us being as busy as bees.
news is that I sadly did not get in the Borehamwood
Times this week. I was hoping the photo of the
Mayor opening the skate park in Aberford Park
would be printed, but it was not. I was hovering
over his right shoulder when photos of him cutting
the ribbon were taken; but there is instead a
photo of two boys frozen in mid air with their
skate boards close at foot.
I know there will some of you disappointed not
to see me in the local rag, but just think how
happy the two boys are to be in it instead, good
luck to them.
sat outside the BBC studios for a while this lunchtime
hoping to catch some of the Eastenders and Holby
City cast to be on my Bearsac Meets Celebrity
page. No luck today but I did meet a couple of
nice young ladies who I think fancy me, they are
in my Bearsac
Meets The Public page, a special hello to
you both Erica and Kimbo x x x x x x x x x x x
was asked by another lady why I wait outside,
am I hoping to be spotted for TV!
well in answer to her and no doubt other people
thinking the same thing, No, I am not waiting
to be spotted. I am simply hoping to get to meet
some of the actors for photographs for my website.
If in the process I get spotted for TV, then so
Debra's balcony only has the sun until about 8.30am
so taking her folding chair and sitting outside
the studio gates is sunnier than sitting on her
balcony, so its not really a waste of time if
we have nothing else to do on her day off. Even
if we don't meet any of the actors, we meet lots
of nice people coming in and out, hi to everyone
we met today.
does not work on Mondays, so if any of you at
the studios want to be on the site either celebs
or public, then look out for us on Mondays at
lunch or going home times when the weather is
OK. Not that we will be there every Monday, just
when we feel up to it. You could also email us.
(Email addys will be treated confidentially).
Please note that we think both myself and Debra
have very mild Prosopagnosia
(face blindness), so it is sometimes hard
for us to recognise people or remember their faces.
So if we don't recognise you or don't remember
meeting you before, then don't be offended.
We also think Debra has mild Asperger's
syndrome so this might explain why she is
so eccentric! We'd like to think she'd be the
way she is whatever though.
or loathe the idea, the sk8 park in Borehamwood
was officially opened today. A lot of people turned
out in the sun to take part or to spectate and
the sk8ers I spoke to are happy with it. There
were sk8ing competitions; the under 16s had a
little boy compete who looked about 6 years old,
he did very well, not sure if he won as we had
left before the winners were announced. Well done
everyone that was having a go. Hi to everyone
I met today.
went with Debra and two of her colleagues to attend
the noontime 2 minuet silence in the VIP enclosure
at Trafalgar Square. The place where Debra works
was invited to attend and Debra was a little worried
about going as she thought it would a prime target
event for further bombings. No worries though,
it went by unscaved and people of all nationalities,
religions and cultures stood together against
the terrorists and for the people affected by
the 2 min silence Ken Livingstone was speaking
to the BBC News
cameras, when we got back to the office Debra's
colleagues all said they'd seen us on the TV walking
behind Ken livingstone. I'm keeping my eyes peeled
on the news later to see if it is repeated. So
if you think you imagined seeing me on the news,
then you actually did see me.
There is a photo of me almost meeting Ken Livingstone
Bearsac Meets Celebrities
I should put a link to a letter
on the News24 website that people should see.
It is from an Iraqi person.
is a 10th problem on my teddy
bear problem page, so check it out.
like to say hi again to Neil, an old acquaintance
of Debras before she got me. She knew him from
the Numanoid scene (Gary Numan fans are called
Numanoiods). Hope you like the website Neil.
Also a special hi to Layla and Kamron who are
now in my Bearsac
Meets The Public Page.
you all have been enjoying the weather, I'm hoping
it will stay nice at the weekend as I might have
a small teddy bears picnic with some of Debras
other teddies. If anyone has word of any big teddy
bears picnics then let me know.
hellos to the man on the train who's caller I
spoke to on his mobile on the Thameslink. Also
special hello to Craig and Stephanie who are the
latest addition to my Bearsac
Meets The Public page.
a quick note before I go to sleep, my "Bearsac
meets the Public" page has 3 more people
Have a good sleep all x x x x x x
of all, those of you that celebrated American
Independence today, hope you had a great day.
Hi to many people I met today especially Scott
and Rifkhan who are the lastest people in my Bearsac
Meets The Public page.
Hi also to the nice lady on the Northern Line
tonight who spoke to me til I got off at Kentish
Town. x x x x x x
I almost met actor David Swimmer tonight after
the he was in called Some Women at the Gielgud
Theatre in the West End. Debra managed to get
a photo of me in front of the side of of his face,
its hard to tell it's him in his baseball cap.
to see either the Bearsac Meets Public or Celebrities
popular demand I now have a Teddy
Bear Dating Agency on the website. So teddies
of the world, no need to be lonsome any more,
email me a photo and a little about yourself and
you can become a a member for free. See if any
teddy takes your fancy. The page is via the woods
on island or click the link above.
This is just to wish James Happy Birthday for
tomorrow on his 17th birthday.
is the latest person to be added to my Bearsac
meets the public page,his dad is also in it,
see if you can spot his dad folks.
There is another problem on the teddy bear problem
page. I am still waiting for more book recommendations
for my new page, so get them in folks.
met lots of miserable people today at Borehamwood
station, what is up with you humans, glad us teddies
aren't such miseries. CHEER UP HUMANS!
I have been a busy bear building a bookcase; it
is next to my sofa. click on the bookcase or the
link here and take a look at my new page called
Bookworms. You can
find book recommendations (only 2 so far). You
can also email your own recommendations to me
for inclusion on the page.
can now buy a Bearsac T-shirt in the shop
which links from the small island northwest of
my home island. They are limited edition as only
50 were made and 1/2 have gone.
Hare, Krishna Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare.
Well then, how many of of you spotted me at theBorehamwood
Parade this afternoon? I was walking and singing
with the Hare Krishna Float which won two 1st
prizes, Best Walking Float and Best Over all Float.
Well Done. The Mayor Tony Scott Norman, gave out
the prizes and he was honored to meet me and have
his photo taken with me. (it's in bearsac meets
Hare Krishna float had a huge 1/2 man 1/2 lion
mascot with teddy bear fur for its mane. Its human
style legs were on wheels so it looked like he
was cycling down the road, it looked well cool.
The Lionman had to limbo to get under telegraph
wires down Theobald Street and Aycliffe Road and
he also took part of a tree with him in his mane!
It was nice to see people come out to watch, but
shame there wasn't more floats.
I look cool and sexy in my dungarees. Of course
I'm wearing them the fashionable way with one
strap down. Debra got them for me at a fete in
Borehamwood today, they were on a toy dog but
rather than buy the dog with the clothes for £1
she said to the woman she'd give £1 just
for the T-shirt and dungarees so the woman could
sell the dog and Debra wouldn't have to feel bad
about having a dog to get rid of, and it will
be looked after someone who will love him more!
It's what's known as a win win win situation.
other photo is me with Dick Whittingtons cat in
Highgate. The statue of the cat turning around
is said to landmark the spot at which Dick Whittington
"turned again", returning to the City of London
to be made Lord Mayor.
Debra used to stroke the statue through the bars
as a kid and just had to do so again after all
these years. The side of the cats face is smooth
from where other people have done the same over
you want to stand out in the crowd then look no
a real cool dude human and wear a Bearsac T-Shirt
sported by my mate Shortbread.
Bearsac T-shirt is white with a brown picture
of me bare.
I do not have e-commerce on the site so email
or come and tell us if you see me or nutty Debra
if you want one and I can arrange a sale.
years old - sold out
12 - 13
£5 adults sizes
ladies fitted - sold out
S, L, XXL
had a great day treading jelly babies today to
make jelly baby wine and teaching my daughter
Teasac the art. Teasac is worn out asleep on the
sofa as I write and my girlfriend Tea is having
a girly day out with friends.
is an 8th problem in the problem
page which can be got to via the trees or
by clicking the link.
I had a meeting with Rosebeary Ruperts the new
MP for teddy bears. Things are looking very promising
on the teddy bear rights front with Rosebeary
in the seat. I will updatethe campigning page
as soon as I can. The only update to the site
other that this diary updateis that there is a
new human with me in the "Bearsac
Meets The Public" page via the photo
may still be running the country but there has
been a change of Teddy Bear MP. Beary Growl lost
out his role to Rosebeary Ruperts. Rosebeary is
the first female to be MP for Teddy Bears so I
think she will have a hard time of it in the world
of politics as she will no doubt face double discrimination
because she is a teddy bear and a female. However,
I am personally aquatinted with Rosebeary and
know she is an iron lady of the teddy bear world
and will take it like a true bear. Well done Rosebeary.
you all decided who you are going to vote tomorrow?
Not that it makes much difference which of the
idiots is voted in.
are 2 more people in the "Bearsac Meets The
Public" page in the photo album and one previous
person has asked me to take off his photo as he
don't like it, but said it's ok to take another
on a good day. I wouldn't have that problem seeing
as I'm so photogenic all the time the stylish
teddy I am.
if anyone one missed me today, but I stayed at
home to spend a bit of quality time with my girlfriend
a quick update to let you know there is a 7th
problem in the teddy bear problem page which can
be accessed via the woods and then sign post,
or by clicking here Uncle
had a few glasses of Jelly Baby wine in celebration
of St. George's Day yesterday, hope any of you
celebrating it had a swell time too. St. George's
Day is England's national day and falls on 23rd
April it is the custom to wear the national flower,
a red rose, in ones button hole. For some reasons
not many people were celebrating the day, Debra
didn't care, so me and a few teddies celebrated
without any human presence.
St. George is believed to be a brave hearted dragon
slayer who has slayed many a dragon. However,
it is just so that he has never laid eyes on any
such creature and neither has he even set foot
much else to tell you other than to say that there
is another person in the "Bearsac Meets The
Public" page and a photo replaced of someone
that didn't like her 1st photo as she thought
she looked like she didn't like me in the 1st
one. She loves me though, and I can't say I blame
for Debra's 38th birthday (old woman), we went
to see "Kings of Swing" in Epsom. When
Debra learnt from Tony Benedict last week it was
not his "THE Kings of Swing" she was
disappointed, still have ticket will go; so we
did. We were luckily not to be disappointed though,
Kings of Swing were good. One of the singers,
Andy Leigh, is only 24 years old and he had a
very powerful voice which was great, although
maybe a bit too powerful for singing "Mr.
Bojangles" to which I was jumped so high
and lightly touched down to during that part of
the lyric where Bojangles jumps so high and lightly
touches down. They even sang a song from Junglebook
which had me dancing like Baloo the bear and King
Louie the ape. We met the guys - Andy, Neil Gordon
and Nik Stoter afterwards and they signed the
program to both Debra and myself and said that
they saw me in the crowd, bet they thought I was
the cutest most cool dude teddy bear on the planet!
Hi guys if you see this and hi to the people in
the audience I met there and the folk on public
transport today. Anyway I'm off to bed now - bye
all x x x
have been too busy this year to train for the
Teddy Bear Marathon, so as I have not taken part
it has given the other teddies a chance, they
would stand no chance of winning if I had! The
really good news is that my home bear Choc-Ice
won it. I’m really proud of him, he was only 2
mins and 22 seconds slower than the record set
by me 2 years ago. Hope you like the photo of
Choc-Ice with his winners medal.
human Marathon also took place today, I’d like
to say well done to Paula Radcliffe for winning
the women's race (2h 17mins 41secs) and everyone
that took part in the London Marathon today, especially
to Dame Tanni Grey Thompson whom I have met. By
way of supporting Tanni I had her photo with me
up on the laptop and was sending it positive thoughts
willing her on. If you have not seen it yet it
is in the "Bearsac Meets Celebrities" page in
the photo album.
just not fair. The Thrisha Goddard show which
I was filmed on in the audience had me edited
out, it had Debra in speaking but not me, what
a sham! There was a bit where you could see Debra
sitting with me on her knee but freezing frame
on the video did not bear a good enough image
to photograph and Alan had recorded the wrong
channel on his PC which would have captured a
far better image. So unless you were very eagle
eyed you would have missed me.
got back from a cool concert in Dartford. Tony
Benedict - whom we had seen as part of "The
Kings of Swing" - was tonight starting a
tour singing Bobby Darin songs. Some of the songs
you may know are "Mack The Knife", "Splish
Splash", "Lazy River", which he
sang and Teenager In Love which he didn't. He
was real great, very versatile and Debra is quite
taken with him! Tony also sang a beautiful rendition
of a political song "Blowing In The Wind"
by Bob Dylan which created the feeling that me
and the people in that theater - a very small
speck on this enormous planet - were the only
beings in existence in an otherwise silent universe.
It was a shared intimacy privileged only to those
there and it made my fur go all fuzzy!
Through most songs I was boogying away on Debras
lap and singing along and everything.
The Nelson Riddle Tribute Band were great too
and did a couple of numbers whilst Tony was off
stage. Tony sang a couple of gentle songs accompanied
by beautiful guitar playing by a young man both
sitting on bar stools, the young man was very
good but I don't remember his name (maybe if any
of the band or Tony reads this they can email
the name so I can put it here).
the show we met Tony and I had my photo taken
with him which is in my "Bearsac
Meets Celebrities" page via the photo
album. or click the link. We
also met some of the band after who were traveling
back to Blackpool, so they must worn out poor
souls. Hi to you all and best of luck.
letting you know of a change of time for the Trisha
Goddard Show. It will now be on at 10.30am on
channel 5. I was not on todays show so maybe it
will be tomorrow; it should be someday this week
though and is the one about age gap relationships.
You may also see Debra on another Thrisha episode
about men that think they are lady killers.
had a great day today, it was the first day of
the jelly baby wine making season and i trod the
most weight of jelly babies in my size group out
of hundreds of teddy bears. As my prize I get
to be one of the first teddy bears to taste the
wine when it is ready, I can't bear to wait!
to everyone I met today especially Alex and Tom
who are in my "Bearsac
Meets The Public" page in the photo album.
use of Debras time off work we went to the Arsenal
training ground hoping to get me photographed
with some of the players. No luck in the early
afternoon but we came back after a couple of hours
and got 2 players and a coach, we just missed
Pat Rice as Debra was chatting to someone, but
I'm sure we will get him another time. You will
have to check the "Bearsac Meets Celebrities"
page to see who I met.
also met some friendly gunners fans who are in
the "Bearsac Meets The Public" page.
page can be accessed via the photo
check my cool new duds! Meet my friend Gorbert,
dont you think he sets off my rapper look!
like to wish everyone who is celebrating Good
Friday and Easter all the best and also a Happy
Purim to those of you celebrating that.
night Debra was phoned by channel 5 and asked
if she wanted to come and see the Trisha Goddard
show again (We went about a month ago). It was
to be filmed today and as she was off work she
show was about age gap relationships and ageism,
there was a 71 year old kissagram as a guest who
was cool and Debra asked he a question. As I was
sitting on Debras lap I should get on the telly.
It is on channel 5 at 9.25am the week of
11th April, but we don't know which day yet, so
be sure to set your vids each day of that week
the queue I met a nice young man called Shaq and
a nice young lady called Rachel, they are the
latest addition to my "Bearsac Meets The
Public" page in the photo album. Hi to you
and everyone else I met, even the girls that were
horrid, I'm sure you had your reason, and I'm
sure given time you'll get over them.
I met Amanda Mealing who plays Connie in Holby
City, she is real nice and looks younger off screen.
See me photographed with Amanda in the "Bearsac
Meets Celebrities" page.
are also 2 more people in my "Bearsac Meets
The Public" page. Both pages can be got to
via the photo album.
would like to wish everyone celebrating it, Happy
St Patricks Day.
My Irish friend in the photo will be having a
few pints of Guinness in the Teddy Bears Head,
so why not join him in his celebrations.
Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland was originally
called Magonus Sucatus or Maewyn Succat. His name
was changed to Patricius (Patrick) either after
he was baptised or after he became a priest.
When he was 16, Patrick was kidnapped and was
sold into slavery in Ireland. He remained captive
for 6 years during which time he worked as a shepherd
and began to have religious visions. During one
of the visions, he became aware of a rescue ship
and he escaped to France. He is believed to have
died on March 17, around 460 A.D.
email is working again but the guest book is still
not working. There are 4 more people in my "Bearsac
Meets The Public" page and there is also
a 6th problem in the teddy bear problem page so
check it out either by clicking the link or clicking
via the woods and the sign post forAgony
a great day today. Debra had to go to the Capital
Woman's Conference for her work, so wanting to
make good use of the event, I did a bit of networking
and promoted the campaign for more girl teddy
bears to be manufactured. I got a lot of good
tips from the ladies and they all thought me really
highlight of the day for me was meeting Tanni
Grey-Thompson, the athlete of the Marathon and
the Paralympics. She got mobbed by lots of people
but she took it in her stride. I sat on her knee
for a photo with her and it is in my "Bearsac
Meets Celebrities" page in the photo
album. Tanni gave a great speech and i think she
is really funny and cool.
the tube on way home a young man gave me a new
medal (as in the photo), he said I'm a winner
as I make people smile. Hello to you.
If the lady with the fake fur bag on the same
tube is reading this then sorry that I made you
frown rather than smile, I was only having a joke
with you about your fur bag, I know its not really
made of fur obtained from a teddy bear that was
killed for that purpose, I was only joking x x
guestbook and email are not working
you are enjoying the snow we've had the few days,
I looked like a polar bear by the time I got home
video recorder is not working, so I don't know
if I have been on the new Thrisha Goddard show
on channel 5 yet this week or if I will be on
at all. It was only sitting in the audience but
Debra asked one of the guests a question so don't
worry too much if you miss it.
are 3 more people in my "Bearsac Meets The
Public" page via the house and photo album,
be sure to check it out.
Saturday night Debra won the rollover quiz on
Colin Berry’s show "The
Club" on BBC Three Counties Radio, she got
9 out of 10. The prize was a pair of tickets to
see "The Kings of Swing" at The Corn Exchange
in Bedford. The concert was last night and it
was really really great and exciting, I was dancing
on Debra’s lap all through it. They played songs
made famous by the likes of Frank Sinatra, Bobby
Darin, Nat K C and the like, and pipped in the
odd gag here and there. One of the singers, Tony
Benedict, showed off his fancy footwork, Debra
thinks he’s cute but I think he’s a bit of a show
off! Really though he is great as too are Jonny
Prima and Tony Martin who also starred. Their
special guest was great too a lovely lady called
Lynn Kennedy who sang 3 or 4 songs. The singers
were backed by The Kings of Swing Orchestra who
were real brill and did a couple of tunes without
the singers. If you like Swing you must go see
this show if you can still get tickets, Debra
has phoned up a venue in Hornchurch to see if
there are tickets still, as she wants to go again,
but is fully booked and that is our nearest venue
left so looks like we will have to cherish our
lucky night last night.
details of the concert click this link - but be
aware the dates given on this page were last year
and im not sure if they are going to update the
dont let the information that Robbie Williams
has made Swing popluar with a young audiance put
you off! Robbie has done a real hacked up live
version of "Lady Is A Tramp" for which
he should have been shot.
went with Debra to see the "Trisha"
show, todays was about Toxic Relationships. Debra
spoke in the show and as I was sitting on her
knee I may be on, so watch out for it, it will
be screened on the week of the 27th Feb but we
are not sure of the actual date yet.
was a celebrity guest on the show, Lindsay Coulson
who played Carol Jackson in Eastenders. Lindsay
bravely spoke of her bad experience and gave her
insight to one of the other guests on the show.
Debra quietly introduced me to her during a break
and gave her one of my card, so I hope she will
contact us to be on my website, or at least have
a look at the photos of her old mates holding
me in the "Bearsac Meets Celebrities"
case the guests on the show get to hear of my
site and read this, I wish you ALL the best of
luck to sort out your issues.
is the Chinese New Year and I would like to wish
anyone celebrating it all the best for the year
of the Rooster.
is the Islamic New Year and I also wish to wish
anyone celebrating it all the best too.
am in "Community Care" for the reason
mentioned in my 3rd Feb entry. Also look out for
this weeks "Big Issue" as I may also
be in there for the same reason.
to GLP who I met today in Camden (they are in
the "Bearsac Meets Celebrities" page
as they will be celebrities soon, or so they tell
me). Hi Also to everyone else I met today, the
French people with the giant Tigger rucksack,
The young boys at Kensal Rise Stn that filmed
me on their phones and others at Camden Road stn
(even the one that wouldn't let me have a mince
pie). Hi also to everyone I spoke to in Tesco
B/wood and Jamie on the 292, Hi also to Lucy,
hope you found the site. To those of you that
ignored me or think me or Debra insane,
R U READING THIS!
is the front cover of a magazine called "Disability
Now", the scanned image is bad quality but
if you look carefully down the left handside you
will see me (well part of me any way). This was
taken outside the Houses of Parliament on 19th
January 2005, (see my 21 Jan diary entry for what
happened that day). I might also be in the magazine
"Big Issue" soon.
Yo Yo, Im a model now folks, always knew I had
it in me! A lovely young lady photographer called
Jo was so taken with me that she had to have some
of me. She is doing a porfolio project on relationships
and was interested in the realtionship with me
and Debra. She came to our gaff and had me on
the bed and everything! Also had me on the sofa,
stairs and outside. For those of you with less
than clean minds I should add that what I mean
is she had me posed for photos, I will put one
in here when she emails some, but it will be a
couple of weeks before she can get round to scanning
them, but whatch this space.
am spending the rest of the day with my girlfriend
Tea and daughter Teasac as I have not paid them
the attention they deserve for a while.
a cosmopolitan teddy bear I like to celebrate
festivals of all religions and cultures. It is
Eid today, a Muslim festival in which amongst
many of its happenings, one gets new clothes.
I got this new jacket, I think it’s well cool,
what do you think?
is a day of thanksgiving and also of sacrifice
where a livestock animal is offered in sacrifice.
Forbidden from fasting on Eid, Muslims are encouraged
to enjoy a sweet snack such as dates. Other practices
on this special day include bathing before adorning
oneself in new or one’s best clothes. Muslims
celebrate Eid by expressing thanks to Allah by
means of giving to the poor and saying special
prayers. When Eid falls is dependent on the first
sighting of the new moon, which happens so many
days before. In most countries it is not possible
to see the new moon on 10th January this year
but its may have been possible in Chile. People
are split between the new moon being first visible
on 10th and 11th on January this year. The debate
is about if that means that Eid starts on 20th
or 21st January this year. Because of this debate
I will celebrate Eid by showing off my new jacket
today 21st as whether it started yesterday or
today, as Eid is for more than one day, it is
Eid today whatever happened with the moon the
I wish Muslims greetings for Eid.
in the photograph I wear another item of clothing
which I wore alone on Wednesday to Westminster.
The organisation Debra works for was attending
a meeting in the House of Lords. Before the meeting
one of her colleagues, Ray, was tied up with rope
and gagged. He was being tugged by 4 other colleagues,
each whom were playing the role model of a key
person in the life of the person with learning
difficulties tied up. Debra played the parent
and I the baby! The demo was to show how adults
with learning difficulties are controlled by the
key people in their lives such as parents, Doctors,
Social Workers etc and that they, and their own
feelings and ideas about what is best for them
are not heard and the key people all think they
each know best. There were lots of photos taken
and if get hold of a copy I will put it in here.
about the other item of clothing. When were went
in through security into the Houses of Parliament
a policeman confiscated my clothing because it
said on it "Rights for Teddies Now"! I had to
go in naked! Not many can say they have attended
the House of Lords naked! I got it back afterwards
but how petty is that, that a teddy bear cannot
wear something as is demands rights for teddies!
am going into semi hibernation for a week as i
need a break. I will be out and about again when
its Eid as it is customary to get new clothes
on Eid and I have a new jacket witing to be worn,
I will model it in here in about a week so watch
met had my photo taken with two people today on
the Thameslink, a nice young lady called Natalie
and a nice man called Rocky. Silly Debra forgot
to save the photo of me with Rocky so we cant
put it in the photo album. However, Natalie is
in their so take a look.
to the mention in last update of the the Tsunami,
I have found out that there is relief aid set
up for the shanty villagers in the Mount Lavina
area I spoke of on Jan 1st.
This is a section taken from www.lincolnjournalstar.com
Our community center in Mount
Lavinia is about 100 yards from the beach. The
center weathered the storm but at one point was
under two feet of water. That's where 1,100 kids
and about 500 moms come every day for food, medical
services, schooling, vocational training and other
help. Most of these people lost their small shanty
huts and all of their possessions to the water.
I'm sending some photos of the village just after
the storm passed. It's hard to take a picture
of what's not there. This week has been declared
a week of mourning islandwide. Everyone has been
looking for ways to help out. Normally, we don't
believe it's right to solicit for money, but because
several people have asked how they could contribute
to the obvious needs of these folks, I am sending
the account number of The Tsunami Relief Fund
that has been set up. I can assure any contributors
that 100 percent of donations will go directly
to the greatest needs. Right now, the short-term
needs appear to be medication, food, clothing,
toiletries, basic supplies and back-to-school
supplies for the kids. Longer term needs will
be addressing the housing issue. We have been
encouraged by the willingness of so many to help
out. Thanks again for your love and prayers on
How to help To donate to the The
Tsunami Relief Fund,
send checks to:
24 Baron Jayatilaka Mawatte
In favor of: Community Concern Society
Account No: 001311380040
Swift No: HSBC LKLX
than celebrate the new year last night I remembered
those that have died or are otherwise affected
by the Tsunami in SE Asian, we especially remembered
those in Sri Lanka as we were there this time
last year. The children in the photo are from
a shanty style village in the parts the tourists
dont normally see. The village as we hear was
affected by the waves. I only hope they are still
alive and are not affected or too badly affected
if , which is likely, they are. I didn't meet
any nasty, unfriendly, or negative Sri Lankans
in Sri Lanka. They mostly have so much less than
us such as money, standard of living, facilities
and lots of other things, but they have more heart
and soul than we in the west could ever evolve
to gain, we are poorer than them in that way.
help in what ever way you can even if it is just
positive energy by thoughts.
2005 be the start of a better world to live in.
It will take time but it can get better if we
all play our part. We cannot stop nature but we
can support those that need and want it in whicnever
way we can.
wish you a merry Christmas, I wish you a merry
Christmas, I wish you a merry Christmas, and do
you like my sunglasses! They were my Chrismas
present as I lost my 2nd pair.
to Debra, have a stash of sweets given to me by
some of my adoring fans, I've been saving them
to eat today, its been very hard not eating them
before today. I hope you all like your presents
and are having a good time, if you are alone then
I am thinking if you.
all, must get back to Debra and Alan now and pretending
im not bored!
met Santa, I met Santa, I met Santa!
was collecting money in Tesco for a local hospice.
want to say im proud of Debra as she gave blood
today, she had a needle in her arm for ages and
i got to see the blood coming out and into a plastic
bag and everything. Do you like the sticker I
got, it think its cool.
you are in Borehamwood there is a mobile blood
donation unit in the Venue carpark, go donate
some blood for Christmas.
Christmas to all who will be celebrating it or
simply Happy Holiday, hope you all have fun.
went to see Mother Goose last night at the Palace
Theatre in Watford, it was brill, I was singing
and booing and shouting and even met another teddy
bear a couple of rows in front of me, she was
called sweetpea. Debras colleauge Debbee is married
to Mother Goose! so thats why we went to see it
with some others from work. Really though Mother
Goose was played by Rod Debbees husband.
we are near Christmas time let me make a public
warning appeal to teddy bears about humans.
human is for life, not just for Christmas
want to wish a Happy Chanukah, a belated Happy
Diwali and a early Merry Christmas to everyone
celebrating the festivals of light. May the light
within you all shine clear and show you the way
to happiness and fulfilment.
guestbook has gone down again, if anyone knows
of a good one that updates from the top and can
be edited, then please let us know.
to the people I met today in Tesco, the lady and
the two young men at Tesco bus stop, hope you
all, now if you have seen my site, you have seen
what a cool dude teddy I am.
got back from Liverpool. I traveled up yesterday
with Debra, Choc-Ice, and Debras colleagues. We
stayed over night in a hotel by the docks. We
thought, being in the European City of Culture,
that we'd find somewhere decent to eat around
the docks. Everywhere stops serving at 10pm and
we ended up having a bland meal in the Ibis hotel
which was a letdown, still at least we slept well.
Before Debras conference I had a meeting to go
to in the Liver building, it was to hear the progress
made by The Mersey Bears (a teddy bear Self Advocacy
Group based in Merseyside), in their part of the
campaign for more girl teddy bears. Mersey Bears
have exceeded expectations in their campaigning
but the overall countrywide campaigning has not
been as much of a success as we had hoped for
in time for Christmas shopping.
mind, here is a photo of me outside the Liver
Building to cheer you all up!
virgin train journey back to London was great,
the ticket man announced over the PA "We
have Mr Bear traveling with us today" and
he put up on the indicator "Hello Mr Bear,
have a nice journey"! Shame he got my name
wrong, but it was the thought that counts! Hi
if you are reading this.
long last Debra and I have finished, and uploaded
my account of our travels round Hungary,
Croatia and Slovenia! in September. Click
the link or see my travel page via clicking on
the travel centre.
have just been on 3 Counties Radio in the last
15 mins. I met Colin Berry for the second time
on the Thameslink and he thought we should phone
into his show "The Club" 10pm to 1am
Saturday nights. Debra was very nervous but I
took it in my stride. Any listeners that have
called in as a responce WELCOME.
out the 3 Counties Radio website http://www.bbc.co.uk/england/threecounties/
a lot more time on my paws now Debra is only working
part-time, so we are spending more quality time
dedicated to me. Today we went to the BBC studios
in Borehamwood and I met Kelly Adams who plays
Mickie and Jaye Jacobs who plays Donna in Holby
City, they were both lovely ladies and I rather
think they fancied me! I also met Joe Swash who
plays Mickey in Eastenders, he was real nice too.
Thank you all for your time. See them on my
Celebrities" page. Click the link or
see the photo album.
I traveled to the pretty city of York to to take
part on the panel of judges of the "Cutest
Yorkshire Teddy Bear Contest". It was a hard
contest to judge as there were so many teddy bears
of equal cuteness, but we found winners, both
female and male. I'm not sure what I will do if
asked to judge the UK or worlds cutest teddy bear
contests, as I am the worlds cutest teddy bear
and I cannot vote for myself, what a dilemma!
By some amazing coincidence Debra had to work
in York today aswell, at a conference, and it
was held in the very same building as the Cutest
Yorkshire Teddy Bear Contest! It's such a small
the way up to York by train I met a nice young
lady called Monica (who's water I drank) and a
nice young man called Rob who looked at my cool
website on his laptop via his mobile. Hi to both
these people, it was a pleasure making your acquaintances.
Also hi to the other people on the train including
the young lady in the pink top. Regards also to
James and Colin whom I conversed with this evening
on the Thameslink
very busy lately campaigning for the manufacture
of lots of girl teddy bears, ready for Christmas,
so hopefully those of you getting teddies for
Christmas will have girl ones, let me know.
I spent most of the day nursing Debra. She became
ill about 4am and got progressively worse so phoned
NHS Direct for advice. She had severe abdominal
pains and was a little clammy, they said she needed
and ambulance and was taken to hospital, of course
I went with her. The blood and urine tests showed
all was fine and she was free to go after about
4 or 5 hours. Still in pain the rest of the night
I had to force feed her so she was able to take
her medication, but she only managed 1 cheese
toasty which she brought back up, and later managed
to hold down the 3 mouthfuls of yogurt she took
10 mins to eat! Now if Debra is off her food She
really ill! Lucky she did not bring up the yogurt
and the medication on that occasion else I doubt
she would be well enough to be out of bed today
like she is. She has had 2 small pots of yogurt
this morning and feels she can be weaned off soft
food onto solids by later this afternoon! So if
you are reading this please send out positive
thoughts for her full recovery. Thank you.
we have not yet got my account of our trip to
Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia up yet, but we are
typing it up when we ge the time and will put
it up when we have finished, so please bear with
us, get it BEAR with us!
fun tonight folks - and remember NEVER GO BACK
TO A FIREWORK.
you know I'm not one for boasting or hogging the
limelight, but today I was crowned King.
I am now "King of Teddy Bears"but will
only wear my crown on special occasions, after
all,it is very heavy and worth lots of honey and
I wouldn't want to make people feel inferior to
I've not updated the diary in a while, I've been
away on my hols with Debra in Hungary, Croatia
and Slovenia. I had a great time and will write
about it on my travel page soonish.
those of you that havn't seen it, I have a Bearsac
Meets The Public page now with new people updated
just tonight. It's in the photo album.
I did it again, I got on TV, yes it's really me
who else could it be, well did you see me? Oops,
I did it again!
Steady Cook" was the program this time, today,
near the beginning of the show, in the audiance,
when one of the contestants came down the stairs!
might also be on another episode on the 15th Sept,
when the voting cards are held up, so look out.
those of you who have been waiting for it, the
"Bearsac Meets The Public" page is up
now. It is in the photo album in the sitting room.
Or click here
birthday to me, happy birthday to me, happy birthday
dear Bearsac, happy birthday to me!
those of you that don't know, I'm 7 today.
renown in the Wood and on the Thameslink for asking
people for sweeties.
I thought, in celebration of my birthday, I would
give out sweeties to you all instead, hope you
liked them if you had one. Thanks for all your
was informed by one of the ticket blokes at B/wood
stn today, on my birthday, that there was a poster
about me on the outside wall of the station. On
investigation there was an A4 sheet of paper with
my photo on and a message that was written to sound
as though it was from me! I must make it clear it
was not done by me; I love Debra and could not do
without her. I think the culprit would hope that
Debra would be upset or offended by its presence
on the wall in public, but we both think it's cool!
We are flattered that the person has spent time
and effort in pursuit of insulting us and trying
to make us look a fool, it may have been done a
joke and they mean no harm, but thanks either way
for making us laugh, hope you don't mind me displaying
it on my site. X X X
am constructing a "Bearsac Meets The Public"
page to go with my Bearsac Meets Celebrities"
page. I will let you know when it is up. If you
would like to be on it, posing with me, then ask
me or Debra if you see us. We will only put 1st
names on it.
have another guest bear on my "Guest
Bear" page, he's called Coop, take a
Human Olympics are upon us and are on TV endlessly,
why didn't they televise the Teddy Bear Olympics,
the Teddy Bear Olympics knocks spots off the human
few of you spotted me on the TV in recent weeks,
didn't I look the cool dude teddy bear!
off jelly baby treading now to make some jelly
baby Champaign, before I sign off let me inform
you that there is a 5th problem on the teddy
bear problem page.
a groovy night out with the girls last
night, Debra, Simone and Ellen. Debra
and I'd been invited, via my guestbook,
to go see a band called The Poppy Seeds
play in Camden Town. Their set was too
short a one, but was enough to get a taste
of their sound which was quite mixed.
They describe their sound as "A bit
Rock, a bit Indie and a bit Retro",
which I think is about right. I enjoyed
their performance and loved that the singing
was shared by the 2 guitarists and bass
player but would have loved the drummer
to have got in on the singing too! I was
s sorry the set was so short as I was
getting into it and having a bit of a
teddy bear boogie. Thanks to Richard we
are glad we came. See their website.
band next / last on stage was a 10 or
11piece (it was hard to tell on tiny stage)
called "This is Seb Clarke".
They were uniformed in pale orangy brown
suit with sharp front creased slim leg
trouser that could slice your tongue off
if you were too close to the stage in
the shoe box back of pub venue. There
were 3 sax players and trumpeter brassing
it up and an organist, along with the
usual guitars and keyboard. They rocked
the room and were very funny especially
the insane singer that jumped into the
crowd and near attacked them with his
guitar! See rheir website.
bands are worth seeing and are very different.
The downer to the night was that we had
to wait over and hour for the Thameslink
home,so what's new!
I'm currently (but maybe not for long)
on the "3 counties" website
(which is section of the BBC website)
dressed as Nadia at the Big Brother final.
it out dudes.
about 1/2 way down the page. I was also
recorded by phone for the radio (chiltern
FM I think), but it would have been aired
when we were in the queue, so I don't
know if my bit was aired. I look lovely
in the photo, which is more than i can
say about Debra; she is beautiful but
she just is not at all photogenic, especially
when squinting in the sun.
is a link back to my page from the BBC
3 counties website to this one, how cool
is that! Look for the "Web Links"
section on the yellow strip on the left.
got to go to the Big Brother Final last night
with Debra, Alan and Ray (Debras colleague), it
was fabby poos, Yeah Nadiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!
We queued from 1.40 so it was pretty tiring for
the human part of my party, I though, get carried
everywhere, so know aching limbs for me.
dressed up as Nadia, but was not as beautiful.
I wanted Nadia to win because she is a real character,
very funny, emotional, beautiful, genuine and
stands her own ground. What was also great about
Nadia's win was the fact that she won with the
nation knowing her story and the nation still
love her. I think it shows great acceptance of
transgendred people whom have been misunderstood
and so prejudiced and discriminated against and
now the media know the truth of how the nation
really think,so come on media paint a true picture.
The media have seen the truth now let us have
it how it really is. We don't have discrimination
and unacceptance of teddies that are different
in the teddy bear world, so why should humans
have it in theirs.
to the people I met yesterday both nice and not
so. May the "not so" - and you know
who you are - please not swear when saying horrid
things about me and nutty Debra in the guest book,
as children may see it. Say nasty things about
us if it makes you feel better about yourself,
but respect that children may read it.
to see the filming of "Ready Steady Cook"
today with Debra. They filmed 2 episodes whilst
we were there, they are to be screened on Tuesday
7 September and Wednesday 15 September, so make
sure you watch or record them as I might be on
in the audience. Miles, the warm-up man, was funny
and kept taking the mick out of Debra and me but
we took it in our stride as per usual. For those
of you wondering, yes the food is cooked in 20mins.
I wanted to have my photo taken with the chefs
at the end for my Bearsac Meets page but they'd
gone off set before Debra got to ask the crew,
so sorry folks.
had to attend a meeting at City Hall today which
by some coincidence was on the same day as The
latest Teddy Bear Steering Group meeting. Things
are looking quite good on the teddy bear front
at present I'm glad to say.
was spent outside in the mini ampi-theatre type
thing watching a practice session of "Agamemnon",which
starts on Thursday 29th July. We also viewed the
upsetting but beautiful photographs of the open
air exhibition called "Witness" depicting
famine, 9/11, ethnic cleansing and other unthinkable
to both annoy and amuse a few people on the tubes
and trains today, hi to you all if you are reading
this, love all!
updated my Amsterdam page on my travel page, I
didn't bother to do a separate page for this recent
trip, just added it to the bottom of the first
to Amsterdam for the day with Debra, Alan tagged
along too and was all blisters and moans once
we got back home.
given up being Rastabearian now as I miss jelly
babies too much, so if you see me around FEED
ME JELLY BABIES!
been on Big Brothers Little Brother this evening,
I was filmed in Borehamwood a couple of days ago.
I can't escape the cameras these days!
afternoon I went with Debra, Alan and lots of
Debras workmates to "Respect", an anti-racist
festival in Victoria Park, Hackney. The weather
graced us with warm sunshine and Ken Livinstone
- who was meant to give a speech - didn't grace
us at all. Met lots of people there who of course
found me most sweet. Alan managed to get himself
lost, but we found him at the gate not looking
later went to a BBQ party with Alan and Debra
and were entertained by the cute fox cubs that
appear at the same time every night to be fed,
and fed this time they truly were; chicken then
doughnuts, but it was the veggie burgers that
set them off fighting and squabbling!
I've been on the telly again, "Big Brothers
LittleBrother" this afternoon. I got close
up to the camera as we were going in but I was
only on for a second, hands up if you saw me!
to the Big Brother eviction last night with
Debra and Alan. Security had been alerted
that a teddy bear had snuck a camera in
last week (not me) and they spotted me in
the crowd and did a body search on me; wouldn't
have minded if it had been a woman, I'd
have rather enjoyed it then!
evictee turned out - and with no surprise,
or disappointment - to be Ahmed, the large
majority of the crowd booing him. With respect
to Ahmed, he took the jeering and booing
in his stride and pretended to be a big
scary monster lunging at the crowd who reeled
back from the stage. During Ahmed's interview
the showed him naked in the spa, all the
girlies in the crowd erhhhed and yukked,
turning their heads away from the screen
in sheer disgust. Jason or Victor out next
please everyone, so getting voting next
part of our "Making Stronger Links With Humans"
project, teddy bears in the South East of England
have been researching the difference and likeness
of human religions and the teddy bear equivalents,
I represented Rastabearianism
and learnt more about the humans Rastafarianism.
Teddies and humans both learnt a lot and had a
an interesting day today, did lunch at the Hilton
as Debra had to support a colleague at a conference
there. Debra had 2 large platefulls of the hot
buffet of which she had trout, shedded cabbage
& carrot and rice. She then had a large strawberry
cake which made her feel guilty, so she had more
healthy fish, veg and rice to make up for it!
I just had some of her cake. Took a bit of a breather
outside and met some nice policemen, Hi guys!
Spoke to a few people on way home, Hi.
in the wood I met "Tigger", not Poohs
mate, but a tiger printed furry car (covered in
real fun fur). Tigger gets lots of hugs from the
ladies, or so I'm informed by his owner "Ska-V-Goldsmith".
Of course Debra just had to give Tigger a hug,
what are you to do when a grown woman starts hugging
not a happy teddy at the mo, went and lost my
sunglasses & headphones yesterday morning
didn't I. Has anyone by any chance found them,
they have become my trademark and I miss them
terribly. Anyone that finds then will be rewarded
with jelly babies.
have won another gold medal today, this time for
the 100m sprint. Other than that folks there is
not much else to tell.
was judge at the Teddy Bear Dance Championships
today, it was a very hard competition to judge
as all the contestants were as bad as each other.
There is not the talent around these days, not
like in my dance days when I ruled the dance floor
supreme with my furry little feet. There were
bears falling on their backs and spinning around
flitting about like electric eels and there were
other bears making obscene jestures with their
paws whilst the last team line danced and trod
on each others feet. What ever happed to the Beartrot
and the Tedgo?
just learnt to do links today and here is my first
one. There is another problem on my problem
/ agony uncle page.
another of the Eastenders cast today (June
Brown) and one from Holby City (Sharon Maughan),
so check the photo
album. Hi to you both and thank you
ladies for your time. Also hi to everyone
I met outside the studio today, and to the
boy who knows the most in the world about
Eastenders, don't forget it was Gary Numan
who both Sharon and Michelle were in love
with when the were younger. Bye all x x
x x x
in the street have been asking me what the medal
is for around my neck, and I'm sure a lot of you
want to know but are too shy to ask, so forgive
me for boasting. The medal I sport is for the
high jump in the Teddy Bear Olympics. I am not
a bear for showing off, as well you may know,
but Debra makes me wear it as she's so proud of
is another problem in the "Uncle Bearsac"
page, click on the trees and then the sign for
isn't he? His name is George, he is 7 months old. I met
him in Brook Road in Borehamwood today and just had to
have my photo taken on his little back. I recon he's a
real teddy bear size pony. His owners are moving and need
to find a field for him. I'm not sure if they want to
keep him if they can find a nice field or if they are
looking for new responsible owners, but if anyone can
help i'm sure Georges human friend he was with will have
a look at the site and a message could be left in the
guestbook for them.
May 2004 Evening
treading jelly babies, I wondered down to the BBC Studios and
got my photo taken with 3 Eastenders actors, the photos are in
the "Bearsac Meets" section in the photo album in the
house. They were all nice especially Tracy-Ann Oberman who plays
Chrissi (Dens wife), she seemed amazed she'd been recognised!
Hello to all the people I met today especially Elaine.
May 2004 Morning
up early today as I'm an excited little teddy. Today at last,
I'm off jelly baby wine making. Yes I'm going to be stomping those
jelly babies and making new friends into the bargain. Tea and
Teasac are coming too but will sit on the grass and watch, Teasac
is still a bit young yet.
few changes to the website: I tidied my sitting room and put the
photo album on a coffee table instead of it laying around on the
floor. There are some random photos in it now, in no particular
order, some of me and some taken by me. These are just a collection
shoved in a folder a couple of years ago and Debra's boyfriend
ended up putting the folder online. I'm keeping it there, as it
is, until I get around to doing something more organised, so please
bear with me! There is also a search bar on the home page (island)
in the sea at the bottom, bottom of the screen that is, not at
the bottom of the sea! Please, feel free to explore cyber space
from my little bit of cybear space. Please come back now won't