The Last Bear Standing

Monday morning I posted on Facebook that I’d successfully packed away all of my Christmas decorations, joking that even though I’m pretty thorough, I’m liable to find one small piece of Yuletide decor hiding in plain sight come February or March, maybe even August.

Well, I’ve already discovered one item that somehow escaped my notice. Yes, it was hiding in plain sight, but it isn’t a exactly small:

My 3 ft. tall Christmas bear was just hanging around in his customary seasonal spot beside the front door. Never mind that I pass by this spot dozens of times each day, I didn’t notice him until a UPS delivery guy knocked on the door yesterday afternoon.

He’s so cute, I almost feel bad for putting him back in his closet with the winter coats and old board games. I’ve never named this bear. How about Yule Brenner?

Now I can say for certain that everything Christmas related has been put away. Well, maybe.

Peace, people.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

8 thoughts on “The Last Bear Standing”

      1. Might be cheap $$$…. but a Christmas Bear is priceless! LOL It’s not easy being a Christmas Bear January through November ya know! I’m sure I read that in the Bear Rules book somewhere. LOL 🐻🐻🐻

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      2. Good thinking! He can be the year-round bear! Valentines Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, well… you get the idea. LOL — he’s a part of the family, might as well put him to work to earn his keep! hahaha

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