Today was a really good day in agility! After 7 lessons Oakley did a 20 obstacle course with no issues. (besides for me directing him to the wrong jump once, oops) I'm super excited to continue in this sport with him as he moves into the intermediate class!
On the side note Maddie is progressing on her training and should be ready to start Nosework or Scent Detection classes by summer 2019. (Could do it in spring but i want her to be completely ready so we don't take steps in the wrong direction.
I can’t get enough of this place! 😊These majestic oaks just like a huge guardians around the homestead. They attract so much woodpeckers and other birds, so you can listen their chorus all day 🌳🐧🦉🦅 #rancho#beautifulplaces#старыйдуб#природа
Checked out a cotton plantation today. We made it about 20 yards into the gardens when we saw a huge spider and had to turn around. The house was spider free though. #westfelicianaparish#plantation#oaks
I can not even put into words how full my heart is looking back on some of the images from last night, these are only a few but these are the ones I love the most and show just how much love there is in this beautiful little family that I adore!
@hooper3502 & @lillizstewart thank you so much for letting me but part of your wedding and letting me be part of the family love you guys and your little girls so much!
Congratulations again ❤️
My favorite thing about baseball is the stories. Of course I love attending things like this for the memorabilia - c’mon, these original CARTOONS?! (Swipe). But where else other than a Pacific Coast League reunion can you walk into a gymnasium wearing an SF Seals jacket and be bombarded by old men just dying to tell you their baseball stories?! At one point I literally became the eye of a nostalgia hurricane; one little guy - mostly pants - got going about his batboy days with the ‘48 Oaks. “So, you were a YOUNG man with the Nine OLD men, huh?”, I joked. In comes a cane and suspenders: “ Well, in ‘56, before the Giants moved into the big park, I used to take the bus to 16th & Bryant and take BATTING PRACTICE with Cepeda and Mays and -“ (here comes hearing aid and 10-gallon Oaks cap) “I met Orlando Cepeda in 1972....”. And that’s just the beginning! My grandpa was an avid fan and used to come to these reunions sometimes. I really wish I’d have joined him. I had somehow missed the official email about this morning’s reunion, but received a message yesterday from a woman asking if I’d be there; a few Ray Orrock fans had inquired. I hardly got six inches through the door when this wonderful little lady smiled right at me and furiously waved me in her direction. In hopes I’d be coming, she searched “for HOURS” for this photo, taken in 2006. I feel my grandpa around all the time, but it sure felt good to see his smiling face. She launched into her favorite columns he wrote and what fans she and her pal in the photo are, and she delighted in telling me all about meeting him the day the photo was taken. I heard some really great stories today. But that was by far my favorite.