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bring in the last carrot of the summer I feed it, water it and read to it all winter long,
as recommended, of course, in this official carrot-growing instruction manual.
Then, in the spring, I use it to start my garden all over again.
PIGLET: Hello, little fella.
RABBIT: Yes. That's it. Keep talking to it, Piglet, while I get the plant food. Carrot plants love to be talked to.
PIGLET: Ooh! Oh, dear. What do you suppose that might be? Oh, dear. Whatever shall we do?
WINNIE THE POOH: Hello? Hello?
WINNIE THE POOH: My tummy's always asking for honey. But this is the
first time that the honey has answered.
RABBIT: Oh! My carrot! Pooh, what are you doing in there?
WINNIE THE POOH: Well, your honey invited me in. Naturally, I didn't want to appear unfriendly, Rabbit. Neither did my tummy.
RABBIT: Your tummy? Is that all you ever think about? Well?
WINNIE THE POOH: I'm trying to remember.
RABBIT: Where's my carrot? And where's Piglet?
RABBIT: Bless you.
PIGLET: Thank you.
RABBIT: Piglet, what are you doing under there?
We both got very scared and I wasn't sure of what to do.
So I thought this might be a good place for, uh, not being sure.
RABBIT: Must you be afraid of everything, Piglet?
PIGLET: Well, I suppose that depends on how frightening it is!
RABBIT: Now what? Who's there?
TIGGER: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Hiya, Rabbit. Wanna hear the good news? Snow does not keep Tiggers from bouncin'. Not one bitty bit.
RABBIT: Get off me, Tigger! Eeyore?
EEYORE: Thanks for noticin'.
RABBIT: What are you doing under there, besides being sad and gloomy?
EEYORE: Not much. As usual.
TIGGER: Hey, Long Ears.
Want to see what else Tiggers can do?
They can throw a snowball and catch it themselves. First, the windup. Then, the toss! And now, the most Tiggerific part, the catch. Oopsy!
RABBIT: My carrot! Thank goodness you're okay. Tigger, there is such a thing as being excessively bouncy, you know.
TIGGER: Why, thanks, Long Ears. That means a lot to me.
WINNIE THE POOH:
Happy New Year Tigger, welcome to the party.
TIGGER: Party? Well, thanks for invitin' me. Here, let me help. Partyin' is what Tiggers like best.
RABBIT: What party?
WINNIE THE POOH: Why, the one we're having at your house, of course. I did mention that, right, Rabbit?
WINNIE THE POOH: Is that a no, Rabbit?
TIGGER: Come on, Long Ears. I'll help you decorate. The place sure could use it.
RABBIT: Piglet, watch out!
TIGGER: Follow me, buddy.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, bother.
RABBIT: Piglet, save the carrot!
EEYORE: It figures. The party always starts without me.
TIGGER: Don't be ridicurous. Why, this party just got rollin'. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!
RABBIT: That's it. That does it. Out! Out! Everybody, out! Out! I've had it! My carrot
will never make it through the new year with all of you around!
And neither will I! We are both leaving!
PIGLET: You mean going away?
WINNIE THE POOH: Wherever will you go?
Someplace where there are no honey-munching Pooh Bears,
no petrified Piglets, no gloomy donkeys and no always-bouncing Tiggers!
TIGGER: Sheesh. The brain boggles. What kind of place would that be?
PIGLET: Rabbit gone? What will we do without him?
TIGGER: We could have the party at your house, I suppose. I know you're thinkin' it's gonna be a little cramped. But since there is gonna be one less of us...
PIGLET: Oh, dear. Pooh, isn't there something we can do to make Rabbit stay?
WINNIE THE POOH: Think, think. Think. Perhaps, since Rabbit isn't happy with the way we are, he might be happier with some way we aren't.
PIGLET: You mean if we were different?
TIGGER: No longer our warm, fuzzy selves?
EEYORE: No more bundles of joy?
PIGLET: Oh, my.
WINNIE THE POOH: We could all change,
we could all make a resolution.
TIGGER: A restitution?
WINNIE THE POOH: A resolution, Tigger. It's something Christopher Robin told me. It's a promise that you make to yourself to change.
PIGLET: Uh... Change?
WINNIE THE POOH: Well, if it means Rabbit won't move away, then I'm ready to change.
PIGLET: Me, too.
TIGGER: Me three.
EEYORE: Well, I doubt it will help, but count me in.
WINNIE THE POOH: I promise not to eat honey ever again. Who said that?
PIGLET: Pooh Bear.
TIGGER: You don't know what you're saying.
PIGLET: If you can do it, Pooh, so can I. I promise not to be afraid anymore.
TIGGER: Ooh! Piglet! What has come over you?
EEYORE: Oh, well. Things can't get any worse than they are now. I promise to be so cheerful, you won't even know it's me. Neither will I.
TIGGER: Stickin' with their pals is what Tiggers do best. So I hereby and hinter forth promise to never bounce another bounce. You got my word. This Tigger's high-hoppin' days are history. That spring-sprong in my step is gone!
WINNIE THE POOH: Tigger?
TIGGER: Nevermore will I... Nevermore...
WINNIE THE POOH: Tigger?
TIGGER: What? Oh, yeah. That's gonna be tougher than I thought. But don't worry. Tiggers always stick to their rustytutions.
WINNIE THE POOH: Stick? As in sticky? As in honey?
NARRATOR: And so Pooh's friends, trying to please Rabbit, found themselves in a bit of a jam.
WINNIE THE POOH: Jam? As in honey?
NARRATOR: If Pooh can't eat honey, Piglet can't be afraid, Tigger can't bounce and Eeyore can't be gloomy, then the question is...
WINNIE THE POOH: What do we do now?
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A Very Merry Pooh Year part 1
2 ask Santa for a present
3 bring Christmas to everyone
4 letter to the North Pole
5 our New Year's resolutions
6 we could all change
7 whatever are you looking for
8 be more of who you are