Thursday, July 16, 2009

not much to show

Any progress on It's Berry Time is progress but it's sure going slow right now. Right now I get so tired when I'm stitching on the train because I'd rather nap and at night I'm ready to go to bed around 8:00pm/8:30pm so I'm not getting as much done then as I'd like on my HoHRH. But I know this will pass at some point and I'll start to have more time. I forgot to take a picture of my house but it's not changed much from my last update. The house has a roof and that's about it. I fell asleep last night during Top Chef and did nothing on Tuesday because of agility classes with the pugs.

This weekend not much stitching will happen because Clancy and I are returning to AKC agility trials. It will be our first since I pulled him last December because of our poor performances over the previous six months. We've worked on our fundamentals and especially our weaves so I'm hoping to start having better results. It's an outdoor trial and one we did last year. I really liked it, it was small and the day went very quickly. Hopefully it will be the same as last year without the huge thunderstorm Saturday morning. Our first run that morning was in a downpour in the muddy field. Clancy didn't mind but I sure did. :-)

My agility coach has classes every Friday evening outside in the summer and she told us to come tomorrow night for a practice run before the trial. I think that is very nice of her and I hope we do well because it will help my confidence for the weekend.

5 comments:

Julie M said...

Looks like a lot of progress to me! Quit being so hard on yourself! :)

Good luck this weekend! Let us know how you come out.

Margaret said...

I think it looks great -- and quite a bit of progress too for not much progress! Good luck this weekend!

Tracy J said...

Berry time is looking so cute!

Kielrain said...

Your Berry Time is looking very sweet.

Terri(TerriBoog) said...

I think it looks great, Margie and I love the color (I think I've said that before but it's true).

Good luck on the agility trials and I hope your energy levels return to normal soon.