A friend sent this to my inbox this morning and I thought I would like to share it with you. I think that we all need to laugh a little more, it’s good for us I hear.

It’s hard to read I know but when I tried the larger version, it took the whole page, so here it what it says.

Gonna be a bear.

“In this life I am a woman. In my next life I’d

like to come back as a bear. When you’re a

bear, you get to hibernate. You do nothing

but sleep for six months, I could deal with

that.

Before you hibernate, you’re supposed to eat

yourself stupid. I could deal with that too.

When you are a girl bear, you birth your

children (who are the size of walnuts) while

you’re sleeping and wake up to partially grown,

cute, cuddly cubs. I could definitely deal with

that.

If you’re a mama bear, everyone knows you

mean business. You swat anyone who

bothers your cubs. If your cubs get out of

line, you swat them too. I could deal with

that.

If you’re a bear, your mate EXPECTS  you to

wake up growling. He EXPECTS that you

will have hairy legs and excess body fat.

Yup, gonna be a bear!”

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bito
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The line about the Mama bear swatting the cubs is so true. I was living in the Upper Peninsula of Mich. at the time. One morning on the way to work a Mama Bear and two cubs were slow trotting across the road we stopped, turned off the truck and watched them. Those little cubs are cute and comical. Seconds later we heard this wailing from the woods, Mama comes running back across the road. Out comes another cub from the wood with Mama swatting the guy across the butt! Reminded me when I was a tyke with my own mother.

“I told you to stay with me! Now get across the road!!”
Quite the memory for me.
We laughed about that all day at work.

Mogamboguru
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Hi, BigDogMom!

In indian legends, bears are but another human tribe.

Yes, sometimes bears act and behave so human-like, that it is difficult to see any differences between them and us – except, that we wage war at one another, but bears don’t.

So who of the two tribes is, in fact, the smarter one?

choicelady
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Thanks Kalima – this definitely works for me! When the days get short, I do want to eat and sleep much more. When I lived where it snowed (a LOT) I got a great deal of exercise keeping the sidewalks clean, but now – just want to be warm and cozy. But – NO Snuggies for me! It’s the back of my neck and back of my back that get cold, so what’s the point? In the early 8os I used to have one of those quilt things with arm holes – problem was it was like a sleeping bag at the bottom that made it REALLY bad for sudden needs to get to the lav. I’m thinking a combo with “footies” would be much smarter. But I’m too lazy to patent it. If any of you do,please share the proceeds with the Idea Lady? In the meantime, I will sip soup, curl up with my quilt, read a book, and enjoy the season for what it is. Bear time.

Mogamboguru
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Hi, choicelady.

To keep myself warm in the cold, I would wear a sleeping bag upside down, after I cut holes for my head and my arms into it, to keep myself warm, if I were you.

But I leave it up to you to decide, if you prefer to wear the zipper at the front or, rather, at the rear, to further improve your convenience…

😉

BigDogMom
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BigDogMom

Thanks Kalima, this was wonderful, I swear my hubby and I become bears in the winter here. The sun goes down so early, 4:30pm, here that you feel that it’s time to go to bed at 7:00pm.

Since we both work outside, lack of sunshine really effects us, we sleep and eat more just like bears!