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The Adventures of Plushie Laurel and Hardy: Part 2

I’ve taken Stan and Babe more places now. You think a 24-year-old graduate student wouldn’t take plushies all sorts of places to pose them and whatnot, but I do. Quite a lot, actually.

For their previous adventures, you can read part 1 here.

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The boys have become good friends with my cat (the famous Murphy). He likes sniffing their hair.

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I take NJ Transit into the city for my commute to grad school…and now so do they. Sometimes.

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Just to prove we were in Manhattan, here’s a commemorative photo.

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One of my classmates who’s friends with me on Tumblr posed with the boys, too.

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A few weeks later, I took the 6 train up to 96th to walk over to the Jewish Museum for the Chagall exhibit. My co-workers and I were headed over there for a work field trip because we work at a historic site that has some Chagall stained glass windows. Guess who came with me so they could see the Pelham 123 train.

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That was followed up by me actually having class, so they were very tired by the end of the day. So, frankly, was I.

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Sometimes they also come to work with me and keep me company when I get bored because nobody’s visiting. It’s nice to have pals around.

I’m also learning to sew properly so that I can eventually make them some friends, so we’ll see how that goes. It’s been an interesting learning process, but now that I’ve been taking sewing stuffed toys a little more seriously than I did on my previous attempts as an undergraduate I’m actually learning a thing or two about how it’s done, which means I’m improving slowly but steadily. Fingers crossed!

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