Day 20: 31 Days of Pandas

When the going gets tough, we must turn to… PANDAS ! Even when all seems dark all around us, we must believe that we are surrounded by light, and that the forces of goodness will prevail. We can do that, can’t we? In the meantime, let your Senators and Representatives in Congress know what you’re thinking. If you don’t tell them, they won’t know. Most of them have websites with contact information. Save it to your phone, and call them once a week. Or every day. I’m thinking there will be something going on just about every day for, oh…maybe the next four years you might have an opinion on.

Meanwhile, here is Mini Bob, surrounded by light in a safe place.


Mini Bob, at the entrance to Kenwood House on Hampstead Heath

Panda On
Bob T Panda

6 thoughts on “Day 20: 31 Days of Pandas

  1. AuntieJackie

    Enjoying the travels with Mini Bob. Inquiring minds want to know…. does Mini Bob drink his tea with or without milk? Does he extend his pinky (or pseudo thumb) when drinking tea or perhaps something stronger? and finally did Mini Bob return to his home with a slight British accent?

    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Mini Bob has always had a little bit of a British accent. I think he got it from watching Masterpiece Theater, especially when Alistair Cookie was the host. He drinks his tea with milk, but no sugar, but is not opposed to a little shot of brandy in it. He needs his pseudo thumb to hold on to the cup, but does make the attempt to expend his pinky.

    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Okay to speak to aides. I think all calls get tallied. It’s important that they know we are paying attention.
      dis will not stand!
      I signed up for a daily action text alert. Each day they send me an issue to comment on and then it asks for your zip-code, and directs a call to the right office. I never use up my phone time or text minutes, so it’s a convenient way to speak out every day.


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