Day 2 of 31 Days of Pandas! Uh Oh, Mr. Wu is not Happy.

Well, it was bound to happen, wasn’t it?  Cuteness competition for Mr Wu has reached new levels as the Atlanta Twinkies (Bert and Ernie) emerge from their den and Princess Pinky (aka Princess Bon Bon) has her naming ceremony at the National Zoo in Washington DC.

Mr Wu tries to take charge

Uh oh. All is not well in Pandyland!

Play nice children! There is more to Pinky than just her adorable tutu!

By the way, we just had a Google Hangout with Dana Sitar of DIY Writing, for the conclusion of ManiWriMo, a month long challenge to write my big idea Pandafesto, Embracing Your Inner Panda. I didn’t …um…finish it, but I got a good start and I will continue it (till it’s done, darn it!) and hopefully get it out there for people to read in the first part of 2014.  Stay tuned, because all the gang here at the Panda Chronicles will be on board to get my pandafesto out to you. (Even Mehitabel want to embrace her inner panda!) If you want to write your own Manifesto, join Dana as she cheers on participants starting today!

Be the Bear and join us for the whole 31 days of pandas! Huzzah!
Bob T. Panda

 

6 thoughts on “Day 2 of 31 Days of Pandas! Uh Oh, Mr. Wu is not Happy.

    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      A recent picture of her looked just like a nice, round, dark and white chocolate! Can’t take credit for the name, one of her other fans said it first, but I’m running with it, ’cause that’s the way we roll here!

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  1. PandaLinda

    I wish you could gather up some of that pandakindy energy and send it to me. My tail feathers are draggin’ and I can’t seem to get in the spirit. Here it is Internet Monday and I haven’t ordered a dang thing. 🙁

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Okay, channeling pandy kindy energy your way. Of course, you could simplify your shopping by buying everyone books from the Panda Chronicles series. (heh heh!) check out the book page for easy ordering!
      Okay, sorry for the commercial!

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  2. Ann Feldman

    Mirror Mirror on da wall…Wu is still the cutest of them all. Perhaps when the others are more grown up they can compete. But watching Wu and Bai is still the Panda Standard.

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Well, of course it is (or so his Wu self tells me)I have to admit, it is making me very sad (and very happy at the same confused time) to watch Mr Wu grow up in real life. Of course here, he will always remain on the brink of childhood, a veritable Peter Panda.

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