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Well, just as I expected, one lesson after that good one, it was back to normal, with me feeling like a nincompoop with everything I'm doing.
I always tell myself that it's a good thing, I'm still very very new to Aikido, and if I feel i'm not doing things good, I atleast know where to improve!
I had to miss another week because I'm playing a high profile show tonight, but hopefully this will be the last missed class in a very long time.