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Staying well-informed

Staying well-informed

In a house where people read the daily newspaper with fervour, the only way to understand the conversations is to be informed about what’s happening in the world. So when the Boss and Máire went out, I took the opportunity to glance a peek at their big broadsheet newspaper. Unfortunately for me however, I’ve been unable to decipher the secrets of the written word. Indeed humans’ spoken words can be quite challenging for me, and I often pretend I’m not listening to their directions. But even if I can’t read a newspaper I have found other uses for it. It makes a fine noise when I tear it. I can rush underneath a large double page spread and pretend I have my very own tent. It has other uses too, but I prefer not to mention them here. It wouldn’t be ladylike….

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laine19-Jan-2013 06:54
I think you DO know, your just keeping the knowledge to yourself ;O)
Tom LeRoy17-Jan-2013 10:50
You fooled me. You look like you understand every word written on the newspaper. What a cute composition!V!
Jay Levin16-Jan-2013 03:43
The problem is that nobody can read Irish, let alone dogs. No wonder she makes other uses for the newspaper!
Frank Brault16-Jan-2013 02:37
A marvelously cute image and I love her blog. V
Sheila15-Jan-2013 21:57
You are a clever little dog! I can see you are engrossed in the news.
J. Scott Coile15-Jan-2013 21:19
I tried to train my cat to read for me. ;-)
Chris(tine)15-Jan-2013 13:41
The intelligence is showing through, like mother like daughter!
Yvonne15-Jan-2013 05:26
What a cutie.... loved the story :) v
SRW15-Jan-2013 04:59
That is utterly brilliant (as always, including the caption...). She looks so intent... (sorry)!
Johnny JAG14-Jan-2013 22:05
A little bed time reading
Alan K14-Jan-2013 21:44
I hate to admit it but that last line was the first thought that occurred to me. Nice job in keeping a good range of tone; that much newsprint would be easy to blow out if you weren't paying attention.
Sheena Woodhead14-Jan-2013 21:40
Well Berna, you certainly look as though you are taking it all in!