. . . 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.