Worplesdon was windy to say the least! 2 gazebos literally took off & flew over the top of the cars in the car park, lickily they didn't make it only to the main road! The day was very mixed, some sun, some rain but mostly wind!!! I thought i was safe by tying my hair back but my fringe still managed to blow everywhere blinding me....one 'alice band' later & I thought i had it under control only to see my shadow on the ground when going over an exhibitor's dog...shock horror, it was all standing up behind the hairband & sticking up like a spiky crown, i'm sure i'll appear on youtube at some point!!! Having said that I thoroughly enjoyed the day & had some lovely dogs to go over, most of them new to me as i haven't been out a lot this past year...loved the whole day. Hope to see you soon.
They are really doing well now, I can concentrate on all the others and the poor wee boy that died seems to have sacrificed himself for the greater good. Well that is my way of thinking. And all are doing well Saffy is being a wonderful mum and she is coping so well with her ''huge'' brood I am looking forward to choosing my boy soon.
They all seem to have got really good homes to look forward to, well all but two of them, both boys...well just not enough girls to go around, cold have sold the girls many times over, well I am off to feed them yet again.
All the best Dee and the gang
ps Sleep what is sleep?????
Thanks for your congrats, it certainly was worth the trip, we went up on Friday and stayed in a nice B & B close to the venue, Sal seemed to cope quite well with the day although she did look a tad drained at the end.
Could'nt fault the CC winner at all, real ring presence and looked stunning, so all in all, think we did well.