Sunday, June 17, 2012

Booooring


It has been 11 days since my Blog Action Day Post About Attitude.  A long, long 11 days.  Without agility to train, think about training, plan training, record and process training....well, let's just say I have a lot of free time.  Bored.  Bored.  Bored.

I like projects.  I do not like being bored.

I have cleaned and organized and moved furniture.  Weeded, mowed and trimmed. 

Bored.  Bored.  Bored.

Tibby has slept.  Moved to the living room cushion.  Slept.  Moved to the bed.  Slept.  Moved to the dining room cushion.  Slept.  Moved to the couch.  Slept.  Moved to the kitchen tile floor.  Slept.  She's very well rested.

She also killed a baby bird.  And played with Zoe a couple of times. 

Mostly she's slept. 

*sigh*

We really need a project!  Or I may get into trouble. Notice I said - I will get into trouble. 
 Tibby is too good of a puppy to get into trouble.  I honestly wish she would be a little naughty.  Just to make things interesting.  

3 comments:

K-Koira said...

Just because you guys aren't doing agility doesn't mean you can't be training something! I think there is a sport out there for every dog. I finally found the one Koira loves more than anything, dock diving. Then there is lure coursing, flyball, nose work, treiball, barrel racing, obedience, rally, freestyle, the list just goes on and on! And you can always just have fun teaching silly tricks (and even get titles for them, with Trick Dog titles!)

Catalina said...

Yeah, but Tibby would have to WANT to do something. She's pretty happy just chilling out right now.
She plays lay-on-my-back-bitey-face with me, but nothing too strenuous :)
Low energy dog = Tibby.

Lynn Ungar said...

Maybe she would enjoy freestyle. Very fun, plenty of training challenges for you, and doesn't have to be as athletic as agility or dock diving. Of course, eager to train for food really helps....