Journey on the backroads of the internet.
posted by Peggy at 3:14 PM
Awwww...they are soo adorable. I bet it would be so cool to take care of baby pandas.
They're very cute. Bit much when grown, I bet.
A few things:1. LOVE the panda photo!2. Thanks for the wishes of good luck.3. I agree with you about Woolf. If it weren't for her, I wouldn't be pursuing a full time writing career this year!p.s. Did you ever finish the essay? You should.
gorgeous!!! It's hard to imagine so many of them. I bet they are lovely and fluffy LOL. Thanks for the warm fuzzy
I had to look twice to see if they were real. That is the cutest thing. Totally worth digging too. Actually, this is the first link that I have ever "digged". Thanks for the smile!
Leah - Yeah, I'm pretty sure I wouldn't want a grown panda. Just think of the tons of bamboo you'd go through.Scribbler - I have Woolf on my list of books to check out next time I'm at the library.
I can't resist pandas! I'd love to go to China someday to see the little guys. When I first saw this picture I didn't believe it was real.
That is absolutely precious!! I want to use that photo as my background-- it's just like a little panda nursery!Juliawww.temlynwriting.com/blog
That's a lot of pandas. Might be fun to keep up with them. China charges huge sums of money to zoos that want pandas as part of their program.
I can't help wondering why they arenlt with their mothers?
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