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I'm typing this with stiff shoulders after yesterdays (Sundays) quite intense bokken practice.
(In my head the voice of our associations weapons teacher - is chastising me like jiminy cricket - i'f your shoulders hurt you're doing it wrong')
But anyway, that was a nice end to our Sunday classes, until the New Year.
And we finish at Aso Ryu on Wednesday.
My Osame Geiko (last class of the year) will be on the 28th, which i'm looking forward to.
So far i've asked Santa for an Aikido Dvd, book and new Gi, so hopefully i'm on his 'nice' list.
Saturday (18th) was our Christmas Party, which we all really enjoyed - and i was awarded a certificate, for 'most serious student'
Best Wishes to all.