This past weekend I decided to experiment and challenge my meme making abilities. I love coming across the gift of a light chuckle. I figured, why not try and design my own?
I had a lot of fun composing smiles with simply a picture and a few words as my only tools.
Although, I’m lucky in that I have a fabulous model with the perfect balance of pizazz, princess & paws. My smart dog, Ice Cream! Her black & white ensemble and killer looks make her an excellent model for my memes. Oh, to put it bluntly, she’s got sass. She’s no stranger to gentleman callers.
What do you think? Should I make more memes?
Good luck this week, everyone!
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