The Long and Winding Road
I am so very pleased to tell you on the 19th this month February ALL your Supertoys will have been manufactured at the factory.
Its been a long wait, I am sorry. We had Christmas then the Chinese had their New Year which is like our Christmas. Its the time of year when Chinese workers take two weeks off work to go home to their families, see mum and dad. Its not like us in the west where we can book holidays, for the Chinese its fixed. Life is tough, I know China will pull through, I have total faith in them.
I have attached some photographs.
Here they are testing the Bluetooth.
The PCB (the Electronic soldering bits)
Turn away now if you want to see the inside of Teddy :-)
Putting the eyes into Teddy do not look if your squeamish :-)
Putting on his Skin... told you not to look
Now we put in the fluffy bits... see the green sack with white stuffing
Time for checking there is enough filling :-)
Look good to me :-)
They are happy, soon they will be on their way to YOU. Teddy looking for a good owner, a nice home :-)
This sums up HOW I FEEL.
The long and winding road that leads to your door Will never disappear I've seen that road before it always leads me here Leads me to your door The wild and windy night that the rain washed away Has left a pool of tears crying for the day Why leave me standing here, let me know the way Many times I've been alone and many times I've cried Anyway you'll never know the many ways I've tried And still they lead me back to the long and winding road You left me standing here a long, long time ago Don't leave me waiting here, lead me to you door But still they lead me back to the long and winding road You left me standing here a long, long time ago Don't keep me waiting here (Don't keep me wait), lead me to you door Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
"The Long and Winding Road" is a ballad written by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon–McCartney). It is the tenth track on the Beatles' album Let It Be. It became the group's 20th and last number-one song in the United States on 13 June 1970, and was the last single released by the quartet while all four remained alive. "The Long and Winding Road" was listed with "For You Blue" as a double-sided hit when the single hit number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1970.
ps one thing I want to add or two
I believe we must give what we get
I support these two charities
500 Free Teddy will go to
200 Free Teddy will go to