Beautiful! =]Is anyone else getting the ad with a toe ate up with a fungus? Ewwww. I have not been searching toenail fungus. I keep telling it to stop showing me that nasty toe.
Here’s Logan seeing the ocean for the first time:
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He was like, “Whoa!!”
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He also saw a deer close up in our yard and the deer here are so used to people & dogs. I forgot about that. Luke and I could get right up on them. This one was in the front yard of the house we rented. Logan sat and stared and again looked like, “Whoa!!” The deer stared at us and then kept munching the man’s flowers. Lol
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And one more:
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It’s such a warm and wonderful feeling when good things happen to our kids, especially when it’s a hard earned achievement!! Congratulations!!I’m in Seattle and Logan is home with my brother and taking walks with a man I know named Thomas who is a dog trainer/walker.
My son, Brian, graduates today with an MILS. Yay! I’m so proud of him. He also has an MBA and a job, plus another one (hopefully) being offered soon. He will move to DC in a couple of weeks.
Thanks, Julie! He’s such a good person and so smart. I’m excited things are going well and he’s happy. It’s wonderful, of course, also to get to see him. I’m glad his two year stint in Seattle is done. It’s a cool city, but I need him closer.It’s such a warm and wonderful feeling when good things happen to our kids, especially when it’s a hard earned achievement!! Congratulations!!
I never tried to do much of anything with my last Golden competition wise. I honestly didn’t know much about it. I tried taking Luke to agility way back when, but Luke did not have enough get up and go to desire to do it. He wasn’t very food motivated and the lady would toss a piece of cheese into the tunnel trying to get him to go in. She stationed me at the far end of the tunnel. Luke would look at the cheese, then look up at me on the other end, and then stroll around the tunnel to me. 😅 I could get him to do it, but the enthusiasm was not there. The only time he would ever take off is when he was younger and I let him chase sea birds. He always broke chase and returned to me. He would literally sit 10 ft from a bunny and they’d both just stare. He was just excited the bunny friend would let him get close. Same with cats even though we didn’t own one.Reading about your training day made me realize I really have to start that with the boys, they come...sometimes, they sit...sometimes, down's good...sometimes. I think you get the picture! lol