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Moving into a new house requires so many decisions, so Hu-Dad enlisted Roscoe’s help in choosing colors for our bedroom.
Much to our amusement, Hu-Dad is often asked his opinion on various decorating decisions around the house. He does his best, but that’s not saying much. One of his challenges is his lack of knowledge (or, frankly, interest) in the various shades of color. When he suggested the bedroom might look good in a light green, he thought he was off the hook until dozens of shades of green showed up as options. Understanding his limitations, he asked Roscoe for input. Roscoe quickly picked the shade he preferred (he has, shall we say, a nose for color). This proves that a color-blind canine has better decorating sense than our Hu-Dad.
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What a great idea!! Seems like when the humans pick a color it always looks totally different when on the walls!! Next time Ruby gets to pick it..
Good job Roscoe-maybe Hu-Dad can let you start a decorating service-lol In any case-I think letting our dogs help us is fantastic!