I've been in a real philosophical mood lately. Being a new Grandma has naturally turned my mind to deep thoughts. And when I have deep thoughts, I mean Pooh thoughts. ("Think think think") The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh contains all of the really important truths about life. Each character embodies an example of a real non-animated person. I mean, think about it.
Christopher Robin--A caring boy who's protective of his friends and joins them on their adventures or helps bail them out when they're in trouble.
Pooh--He accepts all as equally important in his life, a true friend. Very creative in problem solving ("I'm just a little black rain cloud...") He is, however, very focused on his physical needs. ("I'm so rumbly in my tumbly")
Piglet--A true worrier. (Kind of reminds me of Mark's mom) unselfish and lacking in confidence.
Rabbit--Just the opposite--self centered, OCD, the neighborhood busy-body.
Eeyore--Gloomy old Eeyore.
Owl--The know-it-all who doesn't really know it all, but loves to talk.
Kanga--Probably the most normal character--just a good and protective mom.
Roo--The typical energetic kid who likes adventure.
and then there's....
Tigger (T-I-Double grrrr- R)--"Bouncy, trouncy, flouncy, pouncy fun fun fun fun fun"--just out to have fun and find joy in life.
Who are you most like?
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