At last weekend’s agility trial, I was super fast. In fact, I was so fast that I finished in “No Time.” That must be because I am so fast. I know that in the FAST class all the obstacles were there, but I just did a jump and some weaves, and then Mom told me we could go have a party. I liked that because I didn’t have to go near that teeter.
In the Standard run, the equipment was all there again, even that evil teeter. Mom knows I don’t like that thing, so I got to go through a tunnel, then over a jump, and before I had to go near that teeter, Mom called me, and we celebrated.
In our last run, Jumpers with Weaves, I started out super fast. I did a tunnel and some weaves and a bunch of jumps, but then I decided I was ready to go home, so Mom told me I was a great boy, she hugged me, and we got to go home.
Before we left, Mom was with her friend Jillian (my girlfriend Luna’s mom), and was checking their scores. Apparently my score said “No Time,” so I’m not sure why I didn’t get a blue ribbon or anything. Surely no time is faster than some time, right?
I think Mom said something about needing to do the WHOLE course to get a ribbon, but I’d rather just do the parts I like and leave the ribbon there. I think Mom knows that there’s something spooky in the agility rings, but only at trials, so she told me we’d just keep doing a few things until I felt ready to do the whole course again. For now, I’m going to keep running the courses in no time!