Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Lewis the Beagle is home

I spent the entire day at Animal Control, but it was really nice and smooth today. Lewis was released from the "lost animal" list and I was able to adopt him at 10:29 a.m. He is sleeping in a corner of my living room right now with my blanket over him. He seems to be fully housetrained and mostly obedience-trained, but we shall see....it's only been four hours.

No time for Mysore practice today. Will there be time for led later? And if so, what will that do to my Mysore practice tomorrow? Must think....

YC

3 comments:

susan said...

Which one is this? Is this the older dog or the newer 1 1/2 year old?

Karen said...

Don't know if this'll be true for you, but when I do led in the evening followed by Mysore the next morning, it's as if I've stayed warmed up through the night. Ready to go after one surya A (though I throw in some more, and a few Bs, just to have time to wake up ;-) It's kind of trippy.

Susan said...

Myself I feel stiff the next morning...

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