Max is on a roll with his DIY projects, starting with the doggie daybed for Cody, the coat rack using a beat-up skateboard, and now it’s on to shelfie time.
You know those books which are strewn all over the place? Make two shelves with just two wooden planks and four metal brackets, and give those books a new home. Using a rag, stain the wooden planks with Boysen Oil Wood Stain in Walnut for a warm look before attaching to the brackets.
“Move on, Max,” that’s what dog Cody wishes for his daddy this new year. In his doggie brain, Cody could get it that his dear daddy was having a hard time with his heartbreak. But surely it wasn’t a reason to wallow in such messy surroundings.
Thank God, Max seems to get it as he starts his journey to recovery. How do we know? Because he starts being creative again.
Watch Max and Cody’s journey to becoming heart-whole (well, Max mostly) as he (Max, not Cody) starts tidying up, tinkers with stuff, repurposing things, being creative, and best of all, spoiling him (Cody, not Max) again!
And in his doggie brain, Cody thinks that’s how things should be.