Freddy the Bear - Ellie Devlin

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Freddy the Bear - Ellie Devlin

This is Freddy the bear, although I know he has had many names throughout his life! He has now been in my family for 4 generations! He now belongs to me.

Freddy has soft golden fur and a flowery scarf. The years are now showing because he only has one eye and a ripped ear. I have to take care of him as he has movable arms and legs that are very fragile.

He is special to me because he has given love and enjoyment to many members of my family and is the only object we have lfet to remind us of our Great Nan. I often wonder what games my Great Nan played or did with Freddy. If bears could talk I'm sure he would have lots of stories to tell!

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