The Hurrier I Go . . .

March 19, 2010

. . . the behinder I get.  I talked with one of the 48 Hours producers for nearly two hours today.  The story behind the murder case is so compelling — you may be seeing it on television.  These long phone conversations, and one of their people flying in for a meeting, sound like down time for my practice.  Whether we sign on truly depends only on the value to my client.  Regardless of that time out of my day, I promised other things that will get done.

This weekend is the final proofing for the CWCCA Handbook — a paper copy will be here in the morning with my FedEx man.  Adrienne will be here in the morning and since today is Holmes half-birthday (6 months old), we must take some photos.  I’m spending a few minutes every day working Chase in Novice Obedience.  Tonight at run-throughs he was just super — he would have Q’ed in the high 180s or low 190s.  He sits in a chair waiting for his turn and watching all the other dogs put through their paces.  I think he’s critiquing.  We have two months before he must have it all put together — I think we’ll be ready.

I want to stop by to see Kip this weekend and lend moral support.  Kip’s showing a little movement in his tail as well as in his rear legs.  Sarah said when that tail’s awaggin’ we’ll know he’s recovered.

Once again I-40 east of Albuquerque is closed due to another winter storm.  I’m so ready for spring — this has been a long, long winter, but our farmers should have plenty of water for the growing season.

Photos tomorrow.

1 Comment

  1. C-Myste says:

    Holmes’s mama Pheebs wishes him a happy half-a birthday.

    It’s spring here. Some of the pear orchards on the way home were blooming today. Waaay early. The “Pear Blossom Festival” is early to mid April, which is when they are supposed to be blooming. I remember it being as early as March 27th before, but not March 19th.

    Our lack of winter this year does not bode well for our water supply.