Nuffnang

House at Pooh Corner

It's been a while since I had my entry here. November was such a busy month afterall, on top of yes another busy days of December when everybody is preparing their Christmas lists.

This is a song I haven't heard for quite a long while as well. I was watching a Winnie the Pooh episode with my baby when suddenly, I heard a very familiar name - Christopher Robin.

Christopher Robin is a traveller and just recently, I have travelled for more than 10,000 miles or so. It was a travel I really can't avoid while most of those trips were for leisure and fun! (This explains my absence from the websphere.)

I so miss blogging; I miss my house as well; I miss my baby too! And now I'm back, with a few more travels on the list (wink!) But it would sure be nice to go back to my house... with Pooh? Yes, with Pooh, my baby and hunny!

This is all for now. Photos coming.

Here is the lyrics.

Christopher Robin and I walked along
under branches lit up by the moon.
Posing our questions to owl and eeyore
as our days disappeared all too soon.
But I've wandered much further today than I should
and I can't seeem to find my way back to the wood.

So, help me if you can I've got to get
back to the house at Pooh corner by one.
You'd be surprized there's so much to be done,
count all the bees in the hive,
chase all the clouds from the sky.
Back to the days of Christopher Robin and Pooh.

Winnie the Pooh doesn't know what to do,
got a honey jar stuck on his nose.
He came to me asking help and advice
and from here no one knows where he goes.
So I sent him to ask of te Owl if he's there,
how to loosen a jar from the nose of a bear

So, help me if you can I've got to get
back to the house at Pooh corner by one
You'd be surprized there's so much to be done,
count all the bees in the hive,
chase all the clouds from the sky .
Back to the days of Christopher Robin and Pooh,
back to the days of Christopher Robin,
back to the ways of Pooh

1 comment:

Abercrombie said...

"Small forward" is an appropriate descriptor for Jordan Adams. It is a versatile phrase: with the careful addition of a comma, it is applicable to Brett Favre.