Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Stuffie Studies

Ciao miei amici!

I'll bet you didn't know that I, Lucia, am una studentessa di scienze (a student of science) and as such, greatly enjoy studying the tiniest informazioni (details) of whatever I can unearth in in la mia ragazza's office, bedroom closet and laundry basket as well as the numerous fossils and artifacts from archeological excavations in my yard. But I am particularly delighted by the segreti (secrets) that we can learn from the close study of stuffies and can spend endless amounts of time in complete fascination reviewing the construction of stuffie limbs, ears, noses, eyes and, of course, stuffie squeakers. In my scientific opinion, it is only when we know the intricato (intricate) details of the stuffie parts that we can truly come to understand and appreciate the stuffie whole. (Heeeeeeeee!!!! You know where this is going, don't you??????????????? Please be advised -- this is not for the stuffie faint of heart!)

Tanti baci!



Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Woo chew good work!


Persephone and Buster said...

a gurlie after my own heart...isn't it FUN!!? you just never know what that thing is and that stuff is until you pop it open. good job to my dolce luciaHHHH... guess you didn't find any bones in there huh? squeakers?? don't forget to disect those whilst you're at it.
thanks for the anatomy lesson -- so like...what's your hypothesis or theory on why that little froggie used to exist...i guess it still does but not in it's orginal form...pooooor froggie. heehheee so have you changed your name to lucia galen?
you go gurl..
theBUSTER, & sawtooth sephie & Ms. Blue!

Persephone and Buster said...

forgot to say... i just love the picture of you and the fluff...it looks like you're saying ....go away you're bothering me...
B , P & b

Lorenza said...

Good job, Lucia!
I have never done that to a stuffy but it looks fun!
Kisses and hugs

Sally said...

Dolce Lucia - you look very accomplished at the dissection of the Squeeky Toy. Poor little froggy - I am glad through all this excitement you kept your head when all around you frogs were losing theirs...

Lots of licks
Sally and Paddy

Rocky Creek Scotties and Java said...

Looks like fun to us!!

Have a wonderful weekend.

Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Java

tula said...

AND Time! destuffing completed in 30 seconds??! there's definitely no shame in your game Lucia- 2 funny!

just, don't let norwood see this.. you know how he feels about frogs- mums the word ovah herah.

kiss kisses,

Martha Basset said...

Hi Lucia
That was a particularly thorough job you did on that there stuffie!
We could tell your were a student of science by your indepth analysis of the subject matter.
Now we look forward to you getting it back together again to finalise your research.
love and kisses
Martha & Bailey xxx

Dennis the Vizsla said...

hello lucia its dennis the vizsla dog hay that is sum grayt siense yoo hav got going on their!!! but yoo can probly ekspekt a visit frum the stuffie defense leeg now!!! ok bye

Paco....Milo and mom..Simona said...

ciao cara Luycia e ragazza!!!
come state???
We missed you sooooooo much!!!
Lucia have you eat all your toy???
Pleaseeeeeeeeeeee...take care of you and your tummy!!!!
tu sei molto molto bella and we love watching your photos.....
have un bellissimo weekend!!!!
Noi ti pensiamo sempre e ti amiamo tanto tanti!!!!
We love youuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!
Dolci baci e abbracci!!!!

Maggie and Mitch said...

That picture of you with the stuffing coming out of your mouth is just killing us, Lucia!
You do nice work!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Hamish Westie said...

Speaking as a fellow scientist, I can truly admire the thoroughness of your investigation, and understand the urge that prompted it. And to think that some humans might interpret you behaviour as destructive, naughty even.....
Cheers! H.

Inky and Molly said...

Well done! you did a good job at dismembering that stuffie. We are proud of you!!

pam said...

That second to the last picture is precious. It looks like Lucia is saying 'what, it is MY stuffy.'

Agatha and Archie said...

You need to work on your time alittle..A good terrier destuffer should be able to destuff in about 2 to 4 nano seconds...but you are still a little young..it just takes practice that's all..If you decide you do need some lessons we are yours for the asking..Love A+A


YOu might not know but I LOVE frogs. The really thing so that frog leg is very tempting. I might fly over to collect the parts. Hee hee.

Ciao! Norwood

Eric said...

Molto bene Lucia!!! Um did you happent to kiss that froggie before you destuffied him? Cos he should of turned into a handsome Prince for you..and I do like a happy ending!!He,hee!

Wiry wags n kissies, Eric xx

Peee S You look soooo adorable in the next to last photo, Mom was sending you virtual kisses

Nelly said...

Good job Lucia! I have a frog and am in the middle of destuffing it and Mummy borrowed some of the stuffing!!!! for Finni's sock! She said Thank you Nelly.
Nelly xx

TwoSpecialWires said...

Was that stuffie able to go to the restuffing doctor? We're guessing not!

You paled Miss Fergi's one and only froggie destuffing. We're thinking, now, that her first attempt didn't even qualify to be called a genuine surgery, if this is an example of what it should look like. Boy, oh boy! You are a pro!


Sherry said...

In the interest of science, it's very important to know what things are made of. I find that stuffies get boring once their insides are revealed, though.