Paddington Bear

I found this in draft and want to see now what its all about.

I had a look at the above articles and then I found a video in YouTube:

Here  is what I copied from YouTube:

Paddington Bear – Please Look After This Bear


Published on Dec 14, 2011

This DVD includes 15 great episodes following the adventures of Paddington Bear. The well-meaning, but accident-prone bear from Darkest Peru in his blue duffle coat and old bush hat. Paddington has had a great many adventures since he first arrived in England, but then, as he admitted to Mr and Mrs Brown when they first came across him on Paddington Station, ‘Things are always happening to me — I’m that sort of bear!’ This is the first of four outstanding DVDs that contain the complete Paddington Bear Original TV series. Created by Michael Bond it was first broadcast in 1975 and has remained a British favourite ever since.
Great-grandson Carter owns a Paddington Bear. Would he perhaps be interested in some of these videos?

Uta’s Diary


This is a tree in Lakelands Park. I took this picture last Thursday when Peter, Monika, Natasha and little Carter went to the playground of that park. It was past three o’clock in the afternoon. A little later some young soccer players arrived at the park. They practiced on a soccer field near the playground.

Seventeen months old Carter had great fun at the playground. Both Monika and Tash promised they’d come to visit us again next Thursday. If the weather is fine, we all might go to the playground again with little Carter.

Little Carter with his Grandma Monika and Auntie Tash in April 2018. (The building at the back with new paint!)
This picture is from Thursday, the 26th of April 2018.


DSCN4049Krystal’s birthday was on the 5th of April. She turned 21 this year!! I  looked up what I wrote four years ago on Krystal’s birthday. Here it is:

It features some pictures what the playground in Lakelands Park looked in 2001.Krystal has been sliding down and Roxy stand beside her. Krystal has been sliding down and Roxy stands beside her.img185And while I am at it, I copy here what the  bush in front of our house looked like in 2000 and I am going to show what it looks like now 17 years later:This is just a bit of the front of our house in the year 2OOO. I put this photo in to show how small this tree in front of our window was at the time. It looks very huge now and the gardener trims is every so often otherwise there would not be left enough room for the parking spot at the left of the house. This is just a bit of the front of our house in the year 2000. I put this photo in to show how small this tree in front of our window was at the time. (After it had been there already for some six years!)  It looks very huge now, and the gardener trims it every so often, otherwise there would not be enough room left for the parking spot left of the house. DSCN4071 This bush looks so much bigger now. Also,   the trees behind have grown enormously! And now back to the playground, what it looks like at present at Eastertime 2018:DSCN4051



(There’s new paint on this building now!)

DSCN4044 This picture is from  Good Friday, the 30th of March 2018, when I went for an early walk to the playground in Lakelands Park. Some Peter Rabbit Books for the Kids

Another picture taken in Lakelands Park in 2001

In this picture is our daughter Monika with her three daughters, also Peter’s sister Ilse who was at our place in Australia on a visit from Berlin, Germany. Natasha, the eldest daughter of Monika, is next to me on the left.