All My Bear Stories

2022 Fourteen – Easy Gardening

Abigail wandered out into the garden to see her seeds every day.  They didn’t seem to be doing much.  First some bits that looked like tiny green pieces of grass appeared, then two small leaves.  Finally they started to look a bit like a plant.  They all had their own piece of garden and had…

2022 Thirteen – Nests ‘by Bear’

Abigail poured herself another glass of orange juice. ‘It’s very noisy in the garden.’ She clambered down from the fridge and Preston backed away, his eyes fixed on the glass. ‘Don’t spill it again, it took me ages to get the stains out of my scarf yesterday.’  Abigail sniffed, ‘it wasn’t my fault, I didn’t…

2022 Twelve – Seeds and Bears

The sun was shining and the door to the garden was open.  Abigail sat on the step with a glass of orange juice in her paw.  A breeze blew the fur back from her face and she blinked. Spring was coming, it would be nice to be able to be outside again without wrapping herself…

2022 Eleven – A Tight Spot

Running her paw along the wall, Abigail padded down the hall and into the kitchen. Both of the polars were sitting on the kitchen table. Patrick was peering at the laptop and Preston was writing numbers on a large piece of paper and muttering to himself. It looked very boring. She opened the fridge. ‘What’s…

2022 Ten – A Contented Bear

Curled up in her warm bed, Abigail opened an eye and yawned. She’d slept all night, she hadn’t woken up once, was it morning? Stretching out a paw she yawned again. ‘Abigail, are you ever getting up?’ shouted Patrick from downstairs.  Turning over Abigail sighed happily, it was so nice to be back home. ‘There’s…

2022 Nine – Safe Back Home

It was very noisy in the supermarket.  Curled up behind the shelves, Abigail listened to the trolley wheels trundling past.  There must be so many people in the shop. She hoped they hadn’t found her trolley and all of the cake. Next to her Preston was making a tuna sandwich and her nose twitched. ‘Can…

2022 Eight – The Rescue Party

Turning over, Abigail pulled a towel up over her ears.  What was that noise?  It was still very early surely the shop hadn’t opened yet.  It was very annoying, she’d been having a lovely nap. ‘She must be here somewhere,’ said Patrick worriedly, ‘look at all these things on the floor.  Chocolate, cake and ….’…

2022 Seven – The Rescue Bus

It was still dark as the door closed behind them with a loud click and they padded softly down the path towards the gate. Patrick pulled the bolt back and lifted the wooden flap. Preston stepped through and the tiger bounced forward, hitting his head hard. ‘Grigs,’ hissed Patrick, pushing him forward. ‘Be careful! Are…

2022 Six – A Wonderful Supermarket

Abigail pushed open the door at the back of the supermarket and blinked.  The lights were dim but she could see rows and rows of shelves and they were all filled with…. ‘Food…’ breathed Abigail, running her paw over a stack of tins.  ‘There’s food everywhere!’  Padding quickly down the aisle she started to run…

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