I thought the rodeo was all about bulls and horses, but all I got to meet was the tender llama who gave me a lip kiss, “Nancy” the bison (who was a little intimidating) and a couple of cows. I was able to check the art exhibition and I was proud of my booth.
Funny how you get so much done when you spend your working days at the studio! I could have done with a little more studio time when we ended up at the blood donation clinic and sure, I was my perfect self, but I couldn’t look and I am not sure I would ever be offering my arm.
Zumba was a nice pick-me-up. I learned to love the music, and the dancing is just as much fun – a little sweaty and therefore smelly but I think I’ll need to get used to it, not only because I was so chilled and respectful, but because it’s one of my raiser’s weekly activities.
Speaking of activities, did I tell you that I went to the United States? I had a great experience with two fabulous sitters who let me spend a full day at school with kids, gave me my first border crossing and even took me to Burger King! And just when I thought the excitement was over, I was whisked away to spend a night with PADS Pride and another of my favourite people in this neighbourhood!
I feel a little more mature and have a bigger picture of the world. Talking about the world, I heard that tomorrow I am going to a CHER concert. I’ve been practicing my “go in” but how do you make my chair into a full and entertaining concert? I am an expert, and I’ll be sure to let you know.
Submitted By: Sabrina & Leanne Christie