Eeyore is everyone’s favorite delightfully dismal donkey. But Eeyore doesn’t see himself as gloomy — he just has low expectations. He expects nothing from anybody, so whenever his friends do come to his aid his expectations of the worst are overthrown, and he is sincerely grateful. Eeyore’s tiny bright pink bow on his tail, the one hint of color against his gray, is a perfect symbol of the kernel of joy that occasionally surfaces in Eeyore. Though he may pretend he’s helping because there’s nothing better to do — make no mistake, Eeyore is always there for his friends.
Every Time I drive by this Old Farm Truck it hits me every time, the first time I saw I had to pull over because my mind filled with the memories of watching
Winnie the Pooh, I Loved Winnie the Pooh and all of his friends, it was one of those cartoons that inspired me as a child to live adventurously and free.
I look at this Old truck and I can hear it “Oh well I guess I ain’t going anywhere so I might as well just get used to the cool green grass, at least I’m still here.”
Some say he was sad, some say he was depressed, I think Eeyore was realistic, and really, maybe just maybe deep down inside he was content and fully satisfied…but that is just my thought