My eyes feel like sandpaper. I'm tired. I think. But big cheer - I'm on spring break. Spring break for me means writing three papers, getting a start on some major papers coming due in the next few weeks, finishing a project for my students to start in April. In addition I'm going to go turn back for Jason, ride as much as I can, work my dogs - especially Ryder, deliver Hank (Ken's horse) back to Drayton Valley as well as the three woolly sheep, plus I want to make a trip to one of my dog guy's places to work Ryder (and visit!). I think I may have enough to keep me out of trouble over the course of the next 10 days.
**Diva just climbed up on the couch and had a wild licking snuggle festival.***
I've been reading this book, "How to Speak Dog: Mastering the Art of Dog-Human Communication." by Stanley Coren. Once I've finished it I'll give everybody an overview of what I've learned. What I like is that the author is a scientist. So far it's been pretty interesting. Sometimes I think I should be looking at further studies in the area of dog/animal behavior. Hmmm... I wonder if they'd accept me?
More to come at a later date when I'm more coherent. Will charge camera to enable picture taking.