See, I really am family-friendly.
Hey, I try to keep it clean. My mom reads it, you know. And my mother-in-law. And various other family members and sometimes even my 89-year-old grandma. But just in case you were wondering, we're all G-rated around here.
All the dirty stuff is in the etsy shop, hehheh. And that's mostly Mr. O'Kitten's fault. (Well, okay, not entirely.)
Since my last report, Pepper has done really well. She's gone for several walks and behaved extremely well, had her nails trimmed, and been in and out of the trailer several times with a minimum of drama. She even seems to like being brushed.
So tomorrow evening we report to the Michigan State University Pavilion and our weekend begins. Pepper will be shown sometime between 8:30 and 2:30 on Saturday in the Medium Wool Female class.
In the afternoon Lacey is actually going to do the Obstacle Course with Sean, who trained her when he was her 4-H handler and she was just a young'un.
It all promises to be an adventure...and I assure you we'll get lots of pictures and I'll keep you posted!