Battered bear is best pal for Edinburgh PR girl Vickie Henry
Friday, November 28th, 2014
Aspiring public relations executive can’t “bear” to be parted from Teddy
ALTHOUGH this bear looks a bit battered, he is the most prized possession of our junior account executive Vickie Henry.
In fact, she loves him so much she couldn’t even stand to leave him in the office overnight when his photo call was slightly delayed.
Vickie got Teddy when she was a toddler. Originally he belonged to her older sister, but Vickie loved the humble bear so much that she hatched a cunning plan to make him her own. Vickie’s sister never stood a chance.
Once he was Vickie’s, he never looked back. He was much more loved being Vickie’s teddy than he ever was as her sister’s. He went everywhere with her – on holidays, car journeys, plane journeys, to playgroup and rainbows. She never left the house without him.
Unfortunately Teddy has been lost on more than one occasion. In one extremely traumatic ordeal Vickie left him on a bench in Port Patrick and didn’t realise until she got home.
Vickie was so distraught her parents had to get in the car and embark on a drive for over an hour to go back to the bench and get him, thankfully they found him still sitting there in one piece waiting for them to come pick him up.
He is very much part of the Henry family and always will be.
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