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Well, I've been away for I think two weeks. I've had the flu, and spent tons of time packing. It's finally official, I'm moving to Sudbury, Ontario. I should finally be ready to practice again on Thursday, but damn, I feel so much like I'm missing out on stuff when I'm out.
Anyway I'm leaving for Ontario on the 8th of December, at least though there are two Aikikai dojos in Sudbury. (Budoka Aikikai & Sudbury Aikikai) Thankfully they are the same style.
Now then all this time I took off near my Gokyu test I still managed to pull it off, now it is almost opposite, I'm taking time off at the very beginning before I prepare for Yonkyu. Hopefully I pull it off, I'm just going to have to practice and try harder when I'm there than I would have had these temporary breaks not been necessary. Still, if this #@$ keeps happening 10 years to Shodan will take even longer.