DOGSPEAK: Gifted and Talented

Christmas came

Christmas went.


 






 

 

 

 

And Smidgey got a gift.


 

 

 

 

 

 

It lasted about 3 minutes....she is talented.

 

minute one:


 

 

 

 

minute two:

 

 

 

 

 

minute three:

 

 

 

 

 

gift given

 

 

 

 

 

expertly







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20 comments:

mbhmaine said...

Thanks for starting my day with a smile or two, Bridget!( and Smidgey too) The picture that accompanies "from the heart" is a real winner! lol

Linda Mitchell said...

Ha! Oh, Smidgey. You are such a rascal. Your humor gives me energy. Thank you, woof woof!

Tabatha said...

Smidgey really is an expert! They should hire him at the dog toy factory to test the toys. Clever poem!

skanny17 said...

Our Tola is a genius at shall we say cherishing her toys. She loves the ones that are tough, that she can't chew to the "death".....but she loves those as well. And we love her to the moon and back. She is my granddog.
Janet Clare F.

Unknown said...

Very cool...you are combining two of my favorite things, writing and dogs. Smidgey rules!!

Linda B said...

I am assuming that in the past, Smidgey has embraced a talent for the 'undoing'! Now she shows off every chance, right? Tabatha has a great idea, a tester!

Buffy Silverman said...

Ha--Dakota shares Smidgey's talent. We call him the destructo-matic.

Carol Varsalona said...

Bridget, Smidgey surely had fun with that toy and so did you with his voice. Thanks for adding humor to my day.

Heidi Mordhorst said...

This is perfect, Bridget, and I like the graphic approach. We gave my brother's dog a toy at Christmas and (not being a dog person) I was horrified that it was completely dismembered by the end of dinner--but everyone else was sure he had enjoyed his gift very much!

Janice Scully said...

What could be a more fun gift? I think he really loved it!

author amok said...

Oh, Smidgey! Some pups are super-chewers. I'm glad he had fun. The speech bubbles were such a fun way to present this poem.

Susan T. said...

That gave me a chuckle. Our dog also does not know what to do with a toy except tear it apart. He is a Labrador retriever mix who doesn't like the water and has no clue how to retrieve. Come to think of it, he may need to be in a poem! Thanks for the inspiration.

Linda said...

This put a big smile on my face! Thanks for sharing it here today!

Patricia F said...

Nothing brings a smile faster than watching dogs with toys! Wonderful poem and photos!

Mary Lee said...

Oh, that Smidgey!!

Michelle Kogan said...

Wow that sure looks like a happy Smidgey in
"gift given
from the heart"
Delightful poem Bridget, love your snappy presentation too, Thanks!

laurasalas said...

What a fabulous illustrated poem, Bridget! Thanks for the laugh!

Margaret Simon said...

So true and entertaining, especially with the added graphics. Isn't Smidgey the luckiest dog!?

Jone said...

This made me smile as my Buster would have done the exact same thing and would have been so proud. I love the photos with it and what a great name, Smidgey!

Carmela Martino said...

Wow! Smidgey sure works fast!
What a fun poem. I love how it's presented with photos and speech bubbles. Thanks for the smile!

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