Stop calling your opponents "criminals," "racists," and other assorted offensive titles. Start telling the voters about your qualifications for the office. Please remember: you are a job seeker, and the voters are your employers. If I were to apply for a job, and if I spent my entire job interview bashing another candidate for the job, would I get the job? Would I deserve the job? Heck, I wouldn't hire myself.
Anyway, I am giving this space to Sweet Suzie Bear today...
And so, another guest blog by Sweet Suzie Bear
It was a sunny, yet chilly, autumn day. My human was going to River Lea to take pictures of the dedication of an enormous round stone that had been donated to the Grand Island Historical Society. My human sometimes says the Hysterical Society because her mother says hysterical society.
So anyway, there I was, at River Lea. The stone was in the parking lot. It had a metal base and it was mounted on wood. My human put some potted plants and some pumpkins around it, and she took a picture.
|There is the famous stone. My human spent a lot of time writing about this stone and, finally, she gets to see it.|
|Still surrounded by things that can be poured. Pretty things that can be poured. I wonder what was poured when those pretty things were used for pouring.|
|I found this seat. It was interesting to look at but not very comfortable to sit on. So I left.|
|Here I am in the past and I am ready for my tea party. My human was just about ready to go outside to look at the stone. She said that the party was about to begin and that delicious cake would be served.|
|And, speaking about Baby, here she is in her crib.|
|I sit on Mother's lap but she is a mannequin who represents the nineteenth century, so she says nothing and even seems to ignore me.|
|This house is Tea Party Heaven. Even in the bedroom, everything is set up for tea. As a bear, I am hoping that I find loads of honey for my tea...|