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Awesome Day!

Sunday, June 12, 2011

After almost two straight weeks of upper 80's and 90 degree weather, today was a perfect 74 degrees with almost NO humidity and a cool breeze. It was Pentacost Sunday and we had a fantastic service. We opened the windows and turned off the A/C! WooHoo for fresh air and airing out the house! Then Sadie Dog and I went for the perfect walk. She did everything exactly right, bless her heart. She walked right beside me at my pace, and I even had slack in the leash. There was NO pulling on the leash! She sat and we waited when cars went by and she was a little afraid of the cows but she relaxed and trusted me to protect her.

My Dog is so awesome and she learning how to behave!

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  • no profile photo CD8858622
    That's wonderful! We're still working on good walking behavior with our dog (beagle basset mix). It is always so rewarding to see the hard work come to fruition!
    3600 days ago
  • GOATGIRLJM
    Thanks for the nice comments on my page. I was having a great day too. After the gym my kids wanted to go play in the lake. I took my 17 dd and my almost 14 ds. A big 17 yr old came up behind my son and put him in a choke hold my son passed out and started having convoltions. Then went into a seizer. It scared me to death!. We r at the er right now. Im worried , my daughter has epilepsy and i hope this doesn't set off a chain reaction..the kids thought this was a game. They were laughing even while he was unconscious. I dont understand how they. Think this is funny or ok. My son is soposed to be leaving for youth leadership camp at ten am. Now im scard to let him out of my. Eyesight.
    3601 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/12/2011 9:09:43 PM
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