dogblog

she might be my best friend, but my dog is certainly not the best exercise companion. if it's not clear, the picture attached is of my bruised thigh 3 days after saturday's workout. two-year-old herding dog that she is, "lazy" does not live up to her name at all, and the exercise drills we did last weekend excited her so, that she pulled a t-rex on my leg. and then, when we were being forced to jog backwards, she jumped up and bit me in the butt -- because i needed that. (sorry, no picture.) i'm between a rock and a hard place here...do i need to exercise myself, AND THEN take the dog for a walk (what i previously termed a full workout)? the challenges of exercise are piling up.

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