Not everything is 50 shades of gray, either. But, I often talk about how people truly aren’t all black and white. They aren’t all good or evil. They are all different.
I like color. Different shades and hues. Like a forest with millions of different colors of green.
When I see photographers take pictures and turn them into black and white works of art, I think it’s so cool. I’m not good at doing that.
But I decided to turn Max’s photo into a black and white, because he is black and white and when I take pictures of him in the house, they always turn him more cream colored. Or oftentimes.
So here is Max, before Tanner was chewing on his whiskers. Max’s hair is still in his eyes, but as it gets longer, it should be better. Thanks to Lin, who sent Max some smaller rubberbands that work much better. 🙂 <3
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He is charming 🙂
He is cute. 🙂 Now I have to put Tanner through rubber band training. No eating Max’s rubber bands. 🙂
Ha ha, I hope he does well with it. 🙂
I put a rubber band on my fingers and left Tanner sniff it, which meant he wanted to bite it and pull it off. I kept telling him no when he tried to bite it and good dog when he looked at me. So we did that about 10 times and he quit going after it. He didn’t bother it on Max’s head yesterday and except for them playing and Max rubbing head against his bed fairly late last night and it was just hanging there, he had it in for most of the day. So we were doing good. 🙂