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How Do Dogs Think?

by Mark Ahronian
July 5, 2015

"While we were eating, Charlie the thief found the books"

So Linda and I are just hanging out this week end relaxing. Today we decided to do some errands down town. Then we headed to Rosewoods for lunch. We then went to Barnes and Noble to buy books for summer time. We bought about eight books.

One book was on dogs, how they think, and what they know. I bought that one. The front cover had a picture that looks just like Charlie. So then we went to Whole Foods to buy food for this week end, spoiling ourselves nicely.  Linda came home, put the two bags of books on the floor, then put groceries away while I took the puppies out. Later this afternoon we had dinner out in the Gazebo. Very nice evening for eating out . While we were eating, Charlie the thief found the books. Out of all the books he took the one about him and ate the corners.

Linda suspects that Charlie does not want us to know how he thinks !!

 

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Comments (2)

The thief. No matter what with eyes like that auntie loves you. Xxoo. You are a great boy!

- Jennifer Stucchi | 7/6/15 8:15 PM

Great story Mark, sure beats the dismal reports on the news each day. Charlie seems to have a "taste" for literature.

- Snowy | 7/5/15 8:56 AM

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