How We Help Paint a Room

Last week, we showed you how the hu-dad was using some painter’s tape to prepare a room for painting.  With all of that prep work done, hu-dad decided to take Saturday and get that room painted.  So do you want to see how we help paint a room?

hu-dad is painting

So hu-dad is painting a room inside the house?

Typhoon exploring the yard.

Typhoon is exploring the yard.

soaking up sunshine

And I am soaking up some sunshine.

out here in the yard

But, hu-dad, I still don’t understand how we can help you paint from out here in the yard.


  1. Mom 'n Ice on August 18, 2014 at 5:06 am

    Mom sez: Yes, I can see they were a GREAT help getting that room painted. Much more help than if they’d been IN the house!

  2. Sam on August 17, 2014 at 7:53 am

    I made the mistake of thinking Sam was calm enough to stay with me while I painted a room (lots of ventilation – no worries!). He had an extremely happy moment and wagged his tail against the wall. I never painted over it so I’ve got a little reminder of Sam in that room.

    However, Harlow and Monty will never help me paint a room. I imagine a full carpet/flooring replacement would happen out of that one! 😉

    Monty and Harlow

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