Wednesday, March 11, 2009

A Tasty Lesson!

Ciao, miei amici!
La lezione di lingua italiana di oggi è ...


... cose buone da mangiare!


La banana


Di pollo e verdure cibo per cani



Spuntini



Occhiali da vista




Scarpe e stivali



Burro di arachidi


Telefoni cellulari

Modanature in legno


Biscotti

Taccuino

Camicia


Mmmm ... let's eat!



(That means you, too, Lulu and Lacie!!!)

Tanti baci!
Lucia




18 comments:

Agatha and Archie said...

Hee hee!!We like the telephoni,acutually also the taccuino, actually on the whole you did a great job!!!!hee hee ....Love A+A We had a modanature in legno ourselves when we were babies.....it is still not fixed.......

Penny, Poppy & Patches said...

Lucia, you are truly an Airedale with all that destructo-mania! Now that we are older, we confine our destruction to mostly our stuffies, but occassionally something that doesn't belong to us ends up getting eaten! So far, no cell phones!

Aire-hugs,
Poppy, Penny & Patches

Baby Rocket Dog and Hootie said...

Lucia, what a special chomper you are! Good work on the modanature in legno, but I did a better job on Mommy's telefoni cellulari! he he. Those things taste delicious! Really now, the cell phone incident was when I was still a pup. Hootie still has a taste for the forbidden though. Glasses we haven't tried (yet)! Good lesson today. Thx. XOXO-BabyRocketDog & Hootie

Sally said...

My D thinks Camicia is nice - but would add Pantaloni - while still wearing them - now occhiali da vista is a new one - not so much Occhiali da Vista but Hasta la Vista (sorry is that spanish?)

Very well done - I think this is a very good language lesson.

Licks (Baci)
Sally

Digsby Mac Feegle said...

Scarpe e stivali are some of my FAVORITE things in the whole world! I'm so grateful because now I can taste them in two languages! Double fun! What a great way to learn!
I started in on a Taccuino myself the other night but just barely got started, you really finished yours off!

Mason Dixie said...

I see you are leaving your mark for every one to enjoy. =) keep up the great work.

Finni said...

Lucia, you've been busy! How does the banana fit into all this?
Love
Finni & Nelly xx

Maggie and Mitch said...

You're making the rounds with lots of toofie marks, Lucia!
We'll have a biscotti please!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Mango said...

You say many strange words, but I understand that last photo well enough! Chewie! Yummers!

You know, we love dales here at the Mango Estate, so its always nice to meet a new one.

Slobbers,
Mango

Rambo said...

Lucia,
I see little teethie marks in everything! What about la banana? Do you not like to chew on la banana? Non piace banana? I don't blame you.
Tanti baci,
Topolino

Ruby said...

Lucky you are SO cute that you won't get in too much trouble for all that chewing. What a trail of destruction! Bad dog, but funny.

cheers,
Ruby

Simona,Paco e Milo said...

Lucia...sei davvero molto brava!!!
parli benissimo l'italiano!!!!
great post dear friend!!!
we're happy to have a friend speaking italian so we could change our impression by italian language!!!!
YEAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!
sei molto bella e amiamo il tuo blog!!!!
tanti dolci baci e coccole!!!!
MUAHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!

Persephone and Buster said...

well my piccolo lucia <--- you will be awarded the "Sawtooth Sephie" award for excellence by the originator of said award, none other then....drum rollllllllllMs.Persephone! she too, loved the telephono...called her human sister too!! those canines can zap into one of the little keys really well...oh and the molding ....tell your mother "plastic wood". she took out a screen too --now that was a bit dicey though. oh and the new cherry table corner...GONE! all through these episodes the humomm was muttering something to the effect of "damn lucky you're cute"...wonder what that means, because she sez it to me too.
theBUSTER, Ms.Persephone & Ms. Blue too (i know what it means i think it all the time buster)

Stanley said...

Aw, Sweet Lucia!

Where to start? I'm catching up on your last 4 posts and BOY, did I miss out on some of the action in your world!

YES! Sign me up for the lessons in Italiano! I'm IN! That is a FAB idea and I'm taking full advantage of it. Todays vocabulary list looked a little daunting, but it WAS very thorough. LOVE that last photo of you. You look like you're in chew heaven!

Your singing face is STINKIN' cute! I sometimes sing too, but not like Pawvorati! I sound more like a squawking chicken, but that's another story. We're sending healing goob smooches to Molly via Heidi. Make sure she gets them, okay?

Your auntie sure knows how to buy a dog's affections, huh? And, that box for squeakie stuffy goodness almost made me fall over I got such a squeakie high just from viewing it through the puter. Can't imagine how you're feeling. (Are any of those squeakers still alive and well? You sound like Stella, who must mine every squeaker out of every squeakie before she can sleep at night.)

REvel in the love of your family and all your blog friends! You deserve it. Can't wait for my next lesson di Italiano.

Goober love & smooches,
Stanley

Faya said...

Hahahaha! Grazie per la lezione d' italiano....molto apprezzata.
I think you have a lot in common with little Dyos...
And oh about the scarpe....it wasn't "al modo" anymore....
Kisses, Faya

Dozer and Coop said...

Ola!

Thanks for stopping by our blog, we will add you to our friends list so we can learn Italian. Mum says it will widen our vistas and the pictures of of what Lucia has chewed, clawed and otherwise destroyed will be a lesson to us as to what not to do. (We think it is most imaginative and will take pointers for things for us to do in the house while Mum is gone!)

Love, Dozer, Dottie and Cooper

tula said...

Ciao cute little aire-girl, Lucia!

How do you say in italiano--Looks like you've been busy busy! I've had that same look on my face too. Uh oh.. hoomans fall for that everytime. hehe

Wags for your language lessons- keep them coming. Trying to lose the "How u doen" Brooklyn thang.

toodaloo-
tula

erin said...

My girl has this thing she says a lot: "You're lucky you're cute." I'm not sure exactly what it means but it seems to help me get away with stuff. I think it applies to you as well.
Have you tried plastic bottles? My girl puts the cap on really tight and I chew on it until I get the cap off. She always takes the cap away once I do, put she praises me and gives me a treat so I guess it's okay.
Woof,
Keeley