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Sorting Through a Few Problems

Posted on 07/10/09 14 Comments My new blackberry

I was away for a few days and since I was gone we had a bit of a Twitter-gone-mad problem here on the blog. It is all fixed now so everyone should be able to read this post without an issue. Okay, so I got a new phone a couple of weeks ago. I can […]

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Take this Little Test

Posted on 07/08/09 13 Comments Practice gratitude for all you have in your life.

This is really cool and revealing. Take this little test, don’t cheat and read ahead or it will not work. Just do it. Get yourself a piece of paper and a pen put it beside your computer before you start now read only the next paragraph, take the experiment and then read only the next […]

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More from the NW Regionals

Posted on 07/06/09 5 Comments

I hope you all received the newsletter that I sent out earlier today where I wrote about the Contact Seminar I gave out west. If not, sorry, I don’t know if I can re-send it. If you are signed up to the newsletter and you didn’t get this installment it could be that your server […]

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Weaving In Washington

Posted on 07/05/09 20 Comments weave entry

The title of this post sounds a bit like an old Jimmy Stewart movie to me (okay, now I am dating myself!). Regardless, I thought I would catch you up on some of my teaching in Washington State last month. I had a Contacts & Weaves Day. I will post here about the weave work […]

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Do You Bounce?

Posted on 06/24/09 23 Comments Circa early 2000

The title of this post covers many topics. First of all I ordered a rebounder last week (at least I think I did). It should be home when I get there (I hope) so I will be bouncing regularly.  My mom used to use one when I was a kid. For more on Rebounding check […]

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More on Mastery

Posted on 06/22/09 18 Comments DSC_0104

No I don’t mean moron Mastery I mean more-on mastery:). Since writing this post last week I have had a number of you that have offered to move to Alberton to achieve the immersion I suggested when wanting to learn Italian. I am flattered you would have picked our program to model, but the impracticality […]

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Achieving Mastery

Posted on 06/19/09 11 Comments Tony Robbins

Last weekend Lynda and myself went to a 4 day Tony Robbins workshop. Talk about intense!  50 hours of learning between the hours of 1PM Thursday and 6PM on Sunday, it was complete immersion and didn’t leave much time for sleeping or eating. However it was time well spent, I can’t say enough about it. […]

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Welcome home!

Posted on 06/18/09 28 Comments decaf-pretty-face

Hey everyone, welcome to the new blog! Take a moment right now and bookmark the new addy; www.susangarrettdogagility.com – so you can find me again (www.susangarrettdogagility.com should not be too hard to remember though:)). First of all I would like to thank Andrea and Jason at webmanna.com for helping me out with all of my […]

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Hotel Fitness

Posted on 06/11/09 18 Comments

Well, starting today I am on the road until June 29th, Yes that is correct, I get home the day before our big summer camp with Greg & Laura Derrett. John is not fond of me planning like this but it couldn’t be avoided. I am in Toronto for the weekend then off to Auburn, […]

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Party Crasher at Novice Camp

Posted on 06/10/09 18 Comments Snapping Turtle

  Well Novice camp started off with some excitement as this young lady decided she needed to lay her eggs right at the end of my opening sequence!  Every year at the end of May-first week of June, the turtles come up from the pond to lay their eggs. We have two varieties, the cutie-putie […]

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