Typhoon Faces

On hot summer days, we don’t move around a lot, so Hu-Dad is always chasing one of us looking for a model for blog pictures. Today, we feature our lucky winner – Typhoon as he produces Typhoon Faces!

work?

Oh, joy, so I have to work now?

Fortunately, at that exact moment, a wild turkey walked by the study window. Typhoon was suddenly very willing to pose.

really big bird

Did you see that really big bird?

Oddly, Typhoon was no longer willing to work for small treats and seemed to have his mind on a much larger meal.

gravy

Gravy. We definitely need gravy.

As the turkey slowly walked out of sight, Typhoon had one last request.

Please.

Can we go walking now? Please?

 

3 Comments

  1. siku marie on June 18, 2015 at 11:36 pm

    At least your hu-dad didn’t try to make you leave the cool inside airs and go into the heat to chase a BALL! Ty, you are quite a handsome dude!

  2. jan on June 18, 2015 at 1:59 pm

    Typhoon really needs an acting or modeling gig. He is too gorgeous for the small screen.

  3. Eva on June 18, 2015 at 7:54 am

    Beautiful portrait!

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