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  1. Yes that commercial is sad but it is wonderful too. I posted my answers to Friendly Fill In’s with my Aw…Mondays. I will be thanking you properly but I was so happy with your books and your sweet gift for Mister Kitty and the precious postcard, Harrison was here, he loves cats and has two, Jingle and Belle! He did enjoy the books. Jeremy’s clan decided to forego dinner with us since Nick is healing but without the virus diagnosis, we feel his Infectious disease and Pulmonologist doctors were correct in diagnosing him with a lung infection. They after all, specialize in that. He is doing really well. I look forward to seeing my other grands to read to them too. Thank you so very much. You are a precious friend and your books are a true delight.Thank you for your friendship. I am very honored to have you as my friend. HUGS across the miles. Stay safe and warm and healthy.

    1. I am glad Nick is healing. Also glad Harrison enjoyed the books . I am thankful for your friendship. XO

  2. Oh Ellen, this commercial makes me cry too. First time I saw it I just let the tears flow. I think my tears and feelings have been held back for so long I had to let them go. Poor little guy, I’m glad he found himself in the arms of the little girl. I am such a softhearted goof. Looking forward to Penny!

  3. Awww that was a cute commercial. That little stuff animal found a far better forever home.

    Thank you for joining the Awww Mondays Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Awww Monday and week, Ellen. Scritches to the kitties. ♥

  4. That looks like the one the Mother and little girl are looking for the little girl’s stuffed toy and this truck comes into the diner and it falls off the grill of the truck and eventually the girl finds her stuffed toy. This all takes place in the dead of winter.
    It’s sad at first but has a happy ending.
    Great commercial

    1. It is sweet. Yes, I sure am- people in stores always ask me to reach items on high shelves for them. 🙂 XO

  5. We are guessing that the cute little one went home with that little girl – sweet commercial. And Mom loves that tune.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  6. We have a plumbing company in the area, who used to have monkey stuffies tied to the front of all of their vehicles. Those monkeys were a mess in a very short time, and I was glad to see that they’d stopped using them…in a way, it seemed sorta mean!

  7. Somehow, I had not yet seen this commercial. It’s so cute, though! I’m glad the furry little creature had a happy ending.

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