Oh what a beautiful morning, Oh what a beautiful day~do you all remember that song? It is a beautiful day here in Colorado, mainly because my man is home. We had such a nice evening, getting caught up with all that happened here, as well as in California. Today, we will be stopping by one daughter's home to see the grands and then at noon Hunter and I have obedience training. This will be level II and we both so need to get back in the routine. I do work with him, but there is something about being in a class that is good for him. I remember being told that at this age, pups can develop new fears; here, I thought they developed much younger. This last week, I saw firsthand a new fear of driving in the car-it happened when we took my hubby to the airport. He might have sensed the stress that both of us were feeling about the trip. I've got to start giving him treats when he gets in the car now, to help him look forward to rides. After our training class, I will be checking out a crafts fair and then we will be picking up Lily for the night-Hunter will be so excited.
Today I am thankful for our dog trainer and her working with us.
I am thankful for the cold but blue skies we are having, with no snow.
I am thankful for air travel, that brings my hubby back home quickly & easily.
I am thankful for retirement; as with most folks who retire, I am most certainly more busy than I was when I worked full time.
I am thankful for our health and for Life.
Joy to you!
Noreen & Hunter