First Post of the class

I am so looking forward to this class. I write frequently and I take a lot of photos, but I want better flow to my thoughts (and thus my writing) and I want new, fresh ideas on what to write. Though this blog has a limited life span (length of the class), I hope those who visit here enjoy their stay.

So here is the first part of the prompts for this week.Click on the photo below to big-ify it.

introduction answers

with Live Writer (from Microsoft) you can insert photos, so I opened the template in PS, typed in the answers and then saved it as a jpeg. Hope the size is big enough to read, sizes are deceptive to me on my computer screen.

One of the stories I hope to tell is the story of my dogs and what they mean to me. I train people to train their dogs as a side business and therefore my dogs must also be trained. The dogs are and have been an essential part of my life for near onto 15 years now. They have brought in much needed income, made long term friendships and have introduced me to new ideas and methodologies.

Conner bath border

this is Conner, Wychwoods Irresistible. I bred and raised his mama, and loved so many things about her that I bred her once also. I believe my breeding days are over now, but you never know. He is a gorgeous dog in mind and body, free moving, smart and tremendously attached to his people. The photo is of him yesterday, after his bath.

Meg bath border

this is Meg, she’s my Australian Cattle Dog. She’s a whole lotta dog in a medium package and like Conner, she is very attached to her people. Meg is my most reliable demo dog, and often goes to class with me. She also had a bath yesterday.

More to come and welcome to my blog!

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3 Responses to First Post of the class

  1. Cute pups ♥ waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ( fellow FYV ) ♥

  2. I enjoyed your stories and your puppies! Can’t wait to see more!

  3. Omg, they’re so cute! I’d say, that’ a good start to the course. Don’t drop your blog after the workshop though, I like your storytelling!

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