And a little farther
We already know he likes jumping off the kyack... And at the end of the season I got a more open one on serious sale - cause it had been returned - I think he will be able to climb back on again... To jump off again...
Ok agility and other miscellaneous dog peoples: what does your actual week of training look like? And is this by default or choice? Do you have a more ideal sked or plan in mind? Details please. Or not.
on her favorite stump... its been there her whole life and now it is starting to disintegrate, i wonder what she'll do when its gone back to the earth...
tomorrow its supposed to rain... we're headed to an indoor CPE... colors and jackpot only this weekend
One more trial and we're done for this year, taking a break
If Lo and Finn don't catch whoever did this tonight I'm gonna be pissed.
They are definitely on the job... got both directions covered
Stella would be thrilled if she could just chase her beloved silly-rubber-chicken all night... which is why the drawer with the winter stash got opened to look for the blinkers... which weren't there.
Hmmmmm where did those meeces put them?
Meanwhile, I took notice as we played fetch which lead she preferred as she ran out and back (wondering whether Stell is a lefty or righty because more often than not left turns are harder for me to cue with success) and it turns out she switches all the time... so its more than likely me that can't cue left turns like I should.
The animals love it at the lake.
it was very crowded, i looked for my friend Tama at the tomatoes, but didn't run into her
after play rehearsals and a newspaper column and a new krzr we headed northeast where its more fall than down herehad to turn on the heat, watch an ancient Disney movie, read about Truman Capote's Black and White Ball, sleep under many layers... the morning was coffee, more apple sugar donuts and cider and homework, an English paper, study for two tests, and then to the barn, jumping Austin again...
admired the very late bloomers, snapped some off to bring home and hit the road, one stop at Petco to pick up collar and leash and crate, getting ready for puppy skedded to come home in two weeks, no traffic, easy ride, college kid calls and says half way through secret society interview process, flattered they tapped her but thinks this one is not for herdinner, more homework, phone calls, desperate housewives on tevo, one really good sick laugh, then kid goes up to get ready for bed... comes back down hysterical crying holding gerbil not moving... must have just died in the time we have been home, not stiff, but no heartbeat, we double check, we find a appropriate box that once held American Girl Doll spectacles, impromptu wake for Charcle longest survivor, burial is tomorrow