A Little Pooh’ll Do Me

Sometimes I go looking for Pooh, as in Winnie The Pooh.  Because if I need a smile, a thought, an emotional lift or a soft cloud to crash land on, he always seems to be there for me.

Pooh Bear just seems to get me.

When you are a Bear of Very Little Brain, and you Think of Things, you find sometimes that a Thing which seemed very Thingish inside you is quite different when it gets out into the open and has other people looking at it.”  – A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh.

I just love a little Pooh in my day.

42 thoughts on “A Little Pooh’ll Do Me

  1. If the person you are talking to doesn’t appear to be listening, be patient. It may simply be that he has a small piece of fluff in his ear. — Winnie the Pooh


  2. Some of my earliest child memories are of my mother reading me Winnie the Pooh. Still some of my favorite reading/cartoons to this day.


  3. We were just discussing Pooh when out to dinner with friends. Yeah, we’re cool like that. Have you ever read The Tao of Pooh? A friend of mine is in the midst of reading it and recommended. I need to check it out!


  4. Well, as you know, I love Pooh, too. 😀 Perfect quote as a follow-up to your wonderful, thought-provoking, and quite inspiring post about marriage and changing words/terms. I am still amazed at how civilized the discussion managed to be. It’s a tribute to you and how well you write and lead the discussion. 🙂


  5. Pooh and his friends has said …. meaningful words – haven’t read anything about Pooh, but I have read quotes – wonderful and very true. Big fan of him and his friends because of their way to think.


  6. oh, the innocence!!! I must confess, I love going up to someone wearing a Pooh shirt/sweatshirt and saying “I’m sory, but you’ve got a little Pooh on your shirt.” It’s the little things in life, really!


  7. I didn’t know who Pooh was till I was much older but I’m getting to know him know with the kids. I first heard of him in Kenny Loggins’ song “House at Pooh Corner”. We only watch the Pooh shows but I do want to read the books, even that Tao and the Te which I’ve seen but never got to read.


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