The Congress out in Ohio was a great show for me. I changed my mind about five times as to whether or not I was going. I'm glad I went -- I had more than enough work to keep me busy for the two weeks I was out there. The first week was a little crazy: I was swamped with work Saturday through Tuesday. Then everything went haywire. I got my big toe stomped on by a 1,000-pound client, locked my keys in my car (something I have done with every single vehicle I have ever been in), moved to a cheaper/closer motel and promptly got violently ill with the flu. Everything after that was a breeze!
One of my favorite clients at the Congress won not one but FOUR championships with the two-year-old she trained herself. I'm excited for the World Show that's coming up in a few weeks.
On my way home from Ohio, I made a detour north for a girls' weekend with Brenda. I finally got to meet (and snuggle!) the lovely Sophia. So adorable! She even put up with us sticking her in a giant pumpkin so we could take some pictures. Aren't they two happy girls?
That's my October. It went by super-fast, and now I am scrambling to get my fall projects finished. We are having some fabulous weather, and I plan to take advantage of it this weekend to get my outdoor projects done. See you out there!