Hi all, I am sorry not to have got back and thanked you all for your comments, but I have had a very busy couple of days. First, the show was good, the weather being much better than forecast, one little shower with the rest od the day a mixture of warm when the sun came out, to chilly and gusty at other times, but it was bearable. I got up at 4.45 am arrived at the show 7.45 am and home 8.pm and judged around 35 dogs, a long and tiring day. For anyone who doesn’t know i judge competition obedience, not breed, The dog’s intelligence not how it looks. , that’s my last appointment this year, thankfully, i do admit to getting tired especially the next day, gone are the days when I would go out clubbing when I got home. !
Sunday morning I hoped to catch up neglected garden chores, when my daughter phoned inviting me to a latish lunch, I do enjoy Jason’s cooking, so wouldn’t refuse. A friend of Karen’s was also invited, and afterwards we took the dogs for a walk, Karen has 4, Sue her friend has 5, I’ve got 2 + got barney for a week, we met up with other friends, Dot and Fay and there dogs another 5, so that made 17 dogs in total, all getting on and having a whale of a time. I d wish I’d had the camera.
When we got back to Karen’s we decided to play on the Wii it was beat music John Travolta style, you have to keep time and mime to the figure on the screen, gaining points, My 13yr grand daughter challenged me, and I beat her twice, she was not pleased typical teenager. bless.
I had an embarrassing moment on Monday when I was at the doctor for physio,
I wanted to use the loo which is just off the waiting room [only disabled or gents], there was no light, so Ire- opened the door to check where the ‘throne’ was, and did the necessary, saw a cord dangle which I thought was a light, pulled it, it was an alarm! ee-aw, ee-aw, next minute someone was banging on the door, and a red light flashing . , you never saw panties and trousers come up so quick, I came out red faced to a sea of smirks and enquiring looks, you never saw such a quick exit to the car park .