Tuesday, March 18, 2008

THE PERFESSER ..........

Benji has enjoyed giving long and involved talks to the world for as long as we have had him. He either stands like this ... always with those paws crossed .. or rests his paw on the "podium" - like that brick for example. And then he starts in ...
He gives the impression of knowing so much and speaking so firm and convincing. He would be a great politician or professor! He loves that audience.
Yes, Goldy wears a huge and perpetual frown, even when she is her happiest. I am waiting and saving up a good idea for another DR appearance down the line a bit. It's got to be good, the competition is getting fierce over there.

13 comments:

hiro-san's mom said...

oh what a lovely picture of him!
i would love to attend on one of his lectures.

Katie said...

That's such a cute photo - I love how he is standing to attention! :)

Crafty Green Poet said...

oh gosh that's adorable! He does look like he's enjoying the audience!

Gromit said...

How adorable! Lovely picture, looks like he has just put down his specs ready to give a lecture! Came by you at Crafty Green Poet and I absolutely love your blog! Have a good Easter, as bunnies are very popular this weekend! :-D

Erin said...

Benji is just precious! Love your blog too!

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Are his lectures available as a podcast?

nipper said...

SWEET!! What does he prefer to lecture on? I think I'd have to get his teachings from a podcast as well. He looks like a hard grader!

M.KATE said...

hi there, i finally found a furry friend blogger, love the bunnies as we have 3 @ home, am looking forward to coming here, cheers :)

divakitty said...

I just love it when they stand with their little paws crossed infront of themselves!

Shelly said...

Benji looks very knowledgeable... also very snugglable. : ) I'd vote for him for president! lol.

lola said...

TOO CUTE!!!!!! I love him!

Crafty Green Poet said...

the more I look at this, the more I think actually Benji is a poet...

archi ann said...

Benji does look a bit like Winston Churchill :-)