Hilarious and way too true.
I LOVE hearing about those “sweet” moments
Karen echoes some of my own observations about the differences in how different disciplines approach preventative care.
Some of the prettiest lead ropes I’ve ever seen!
OK OK OK - I know, yet another dog thing (I don’t do a post round up on Tess’s blog) - but I think it’s an interesting thought - and yes, there’s yet another iditarod reference…. And certainly from my experience doing foundation work for agility....no, Tess doesn't do anything that she isn't motivated to do.....although it's up to me to make sure her lack of awareness of her future wellbeing means she doesn't over do it.
Yet another dog post - but you don’t go to any other link I’ve put up today, READ THIS POST. This is JUST AS APPLICABLE TO US AS ENDURANCE RIDERS, as it is for agility people, or any other sport where we ask our animals to give themselves and even more for our desires.
And….let’s end with a bit of humor. In cartoon form.
And with that, my google reader is under 100 unread posts, so it’s time to pay attention in class. Approximately 1 hour until spring break (all 3 days of it…) starts!