Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Heading home

This is going to be a brief post, but I wanted to write at least one from SC or FL. I leave tomorrow to head back home. Overall, it has been really nice. It was a much needed break to just chill, hang out with a good friend, observe some different classes, expose Tovah to some more new things, visit with my dad, and get some good sunshine! In some ways, I wish I could have stayed longer with my dog trainer friend in FL, visit with my dad, see another dog trainer's friend new Belgian Tervuren puppy, but I really do need to get on the road and get back to the grindstone of finding a job. I dread it honestly, but it has to be done.

I'm hoping for an uneventful drive back and am going to listen to What the Dog Saw by Malcolm Gladwell. It's been on my book list for awhile now. On the drive down, I listened to Inside of a Dog by Alexandra Horowitz and Women, Food, and God by Geneen Roth--really liked it and will read the hard back I have at home.

When I get back, I'll have a full report and some pictures as well. Though I'm not a beach person, it was one of my favorite parts of the trip. I loved watching how much fun Tovah had there. This was her first time at a beach as well as being off lead. It was a nice test for recall exercises which she did very well.

I must now go to bed. I have a 10-10.5 hour drive awaiting me.

4 comments:

Sarah said...

I wish you luck as you begin looking for a job. Sigh! :/ Enjoy the drive as much as possible. I'm excited to see photos.

Missy said...

Glad to had you had a healthy break from the grind...

SO eager to muse with you on Geneen's book. I am on my fourth reading. I can't get over it.

I have yet to really put it into full effect (regarding the mindful eating) but everything else she has to say is so profound!!!

Please let me (us) know your thoughts!

We could take to a me and you book club if ya want. I'll start over.

Missy said...

I need to start editing my comments. I can spell! Just not type when I get excited...lol.

Tiptoe said...

Missy, I agree. We will have to share our musings.

Sarah, photos are up. Yes, job hunting sucks.