Working at home, writing letters and struggling with training Sam whilst also visiting Nigel at Hail Weston. An evening trip to Peterborough to see "Mr Wonderful", a well-scripted, acted and directed film which both Diana and I enjoyed.
fine, clear and chilly day. I stayed at home for most of it whilst Diana did a combination of Tesco and present shopping in Bedford. Correspondence and bill-paying took up most of my time and I also progressed the matter of my mother’s grave memorial by trying to patch up my relationship with Kent Memorials via Cobbolds. A small trip over to Hail Weston to drop off their letter and also to see Nigel and collect some cash that he owed me for our sporting trip.
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I took Sam for the ride and he was not very good in the back; whining to get out when we got there but improved after I stopped at Little Paxton Wood on the way back and gave him a walk along the track to Southoe. His other two lessons went well and he retrieves reliably and steadily from the dummy launcher and walks to heel better each day. An evening trip to Peterborough to see "Mr Wonderful", a well-scripted, acted and directed film which both Diana and I enjoyed.