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The seninar is over. I learned a lot again, but I unfortunately have not been able to practice what I have learned. Senseis knee has yet not healed and the dojo has`n't been open since the seminar. I'm considering approaching the Aikikai Sensie to see if I can start training with then again. It's a little harder on my body, but as Jamie says "No pain no gain". I'll just have to try and take care not to go too gung ho with the training there.
Aside from that I was tested and passed my 4th kyu test. I spent three 12 hour days prior to that installing hard wood floors in my house. I was so bagged, stiff, and sore I could barely concentrate. I messed up so many times with little things that usually come very easy to me that I'm supprised I passed. Sensei said I did very well regardless so it's on to the next leg of my training.