The knight in the panther’s skin

The little person has prepared a presentation for school tomorrow.

He is a little nervous about his first public speaking engagement so I suggested that he practice with me.

We chose to do this in the bathroom as the acoustics are excellent. I know this because I often hear De singing in the bath and she sounds quite good.

The little person decided to use the laundry box as a podium and I chose to sit in the front row of the seating area. Actually it was the floor but we were using our imagination.

You can see from this picture that the little person’s style is quite animated with lots of gestures to reinforce the points he was making.

His presentation was about Shota Rustaveli, a Georgian poet of the 12th century, and one of the greatest contributors to Georgian literature. He wrote a very long poem called “The Knight in the Panther’s Skin”, which has been translated into many languages.  

Well done little person, you will blow them away tomorrow.

16 thoughts on “The knight in the panther’s skin

  1. You’re a good audience for your little person giving a psesentation!!! On the photo, your little person seems to quite enjoy speaking! I hope that his presentation will go well! Woof! 🙂

  2. Wow! I never heard of this Rustaveli person before. I better check him out. You are such a good Bassa to help the Little Person with his homework. What would humans do without us?

  3. I wish the little person luck on his presentation. My younger person would always get nervous before a presentation, but then he’d do well when he gave it. That’s good of you to help him Bassa. I wouldn’t have been able to sit still that long. -Bongo

  4. Sweet Bassa how nice of you to be the audience for your little person to practice his presentation. We just know he is going to do great with all your help to get him prepared. You two make a great team. Hugs and nose kisses

  5. Oh, the photos are soooo adorable! You two look very cute practicing the little person’s speech–or rather, you listening to him practice. Love that you chose the front row seating area. We’ll be back tomorrow to read about how the presentation; we’re sure everything will go so well!! Woof x Berner girls

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