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The Life and Times of Chiburi Blog Tools Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 12-14-2005 10:48 PM
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Entries: 7
Comments: 3
Views: 8,438

In General Snow!!! Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #7 New 11-28-2006 07:22 PM
I cannot believe that it snowed where i live! We never get snow! And four inches of it.
I've lived in Ohio, so four inches is pretty pathetic, but the roads weren't plowed. Everything was just iced over. As much as I love snow...
I can't get to my dojo!!!!!!
I feel horrible! My parents won't let me drive up! It's only fifteen miles away, but it's black ice the whole way. Bummer.
You know that feeling you get when you miss class? The one where you're hiper aware, and it feels like you have to much pent up energy in your body? Like there's more blood in your veins than they can hold, so it feels like you're going to explode? That's what I feel like right now.
I have this tightness right between my shoulder blades that won't go away until I land in a well-placed brakefall. And testing is coming up soon. So I want to be there to help the kohai(sp?). And the misogi seminar...
So much to look forward to and I can't get out of my house!!!!!!!!
Help!
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