A Short Story About a Storage box

Hello all,

Recently I have been trying to get some good photos of a storage box I painted in 1996. I am going to put it up on Ebay but my photos of it always came out awful. So, whenever I found a free moment (and my husband’s phone), I snapped more pics.

Going after the bone.Last Friday my boys returned from college for Thanksgiving break, along with their new, adorable four month old corgi, Dany.

Tonight, I decided to try my photo skills again. I put the box in front of our fireplace and set up the small phone camera.  Dany was minding her own business chewing on a bone and Buddy was napping.

‘Ok,’ I thought, ‘I can do this.’

Well, right after I got things situated, the troops moved in curious about what I was up to – funny how they sense things like that.

Buddy took off the lid and checked it out. Inside, I had my Ivy throw and a few other things, nothing edible. With the lid off, Dany had to see what the attraction was.

IMAG0963With each pass, they continually knocked over the camera.

Patiently, I would re-position it, waiting for them to move on.

But the box contents proved too inciting.

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Eventually, Buddy lost interest,  convinced it held nothing to eat. He sat down and allowed me to continue, watching from a distance. Dany however, was relentless.

 

 

 

 

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Chewing on the bone, blocking the view of the camera and knocked it over.

And situating the camera again. Tonight wasn’t a good night for pictures either.
So, I stopped, well… I did take one more.

I will give you one guess what’s in the storage box now.  lol

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🙂 Have a great evening!

Susan

 

 

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