"Can someone PLEASE get her out of my chair?" Argus asks. Letty certainly keeps things lively around here. The big dogs take turns playing with her, and they will all share their crates, beds or chairs, but you just know that sometimes they wish her gone. Things are a lot more peaceful without a puppy, but a lot less entertaining! She's currently out doing laps in the yard while the big dogs share a collective sigh of relief. Of course she will come back inside jet-propelled because it's only 16 degrees here right now and that only serves to stimulate young dogs.
Puppy class tonight, Letty's 5th lesson, and I'm looking forward to seeing what we will teach the pups and how we will teach it. These very modern methods are particularly interesting to this old-fashioned dog trainer.
Sparkle is already signed up for the puppy class that begins in December. Now, to get her here! There's a possibility of snow on Saturday, but we'd all prefer rain. We need some precipitation in the ground before it freezes, or there are going to be lots of trees, shrubs, perennials and lawns that do not survive the winter. Friday should be warm (relatively warm given it's the second half of November) but Saturday is ??? Assuming things go as planned, Letty will be at Jess's this weekend and I may miss her reaction to the first snowfall of the year. I'll be notably bummed by that!
Hopefully USPS does a good job with my fish today. They are supposed to arrived Express Mail, and I will pick them up at the Post Office. Paid for a heat pack, so hope the shipper did a good job of packing them . . . Tanks are ready and waiting.