What Can Brown Do For You? (jeremyb) wrote,
What Can Brown Do For You?
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School, running, nightmares

Well, last night was night 1 of puppy school. The puppy didn't actually go for the first night, but we got some lessons to give to him. In all, it seems like he is already pretty decently behaved. Other dogs are chewing on everything, jumping up on everyone, and other such problems. Spencer isn't too bad about jumping, and he tends to avoid chewing things that he shouldn't. Housebreaking went well for him (except when he was sick). Speaking of sick, I gave him a stick of string cheese for training last night, and it went well (he didn't get sick), so I am happy.

After puppy school, I was going to lift, but it was late, and I wasn't motivated to lift that late, so I ran instead. I managed to get about 2 1/4 miles in. I should have done more, but I didn't. About a 1/2 mile in, my ankle (that I broke a while ago), started bothering me. Eventually it fixed itself, but it is still annoying. I am generally happy w/ my running though, as when I first started way back when, I needed to tape both my ankles because they hurt so much when I was done, and I only did 3/4 of a mile. I hope to be able to do 5 miles in the next couple months. We'll see.

I woke up last night at around midnight, because I 'heard' Spencer whining to get out. I got up, because I looked at my clock (the last 2 digits) and thought I was 45 minutes late getting up. Anyway, I got up, wondered how it could be time to get up already, let the dog out, and he promptly laid down in the grass and went back to sleep. Odd I thought. I checked the clock and realized it was only 11:58, and that I had dreamt he wanted to go out. I dragged Spencer back inside and watched the last 30 seconds of the football game. This morning still came too early!
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