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Creation Date: 08-05-2005 03:21 AM
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  #40 New 02-21-2006 02:06 AM
Well... I don't feel any more wrinkly (admittedly I'm not looking too hard) and the purple blotches under my eyes are about the same size so no obvious signs of decrepitude as yet ! The Sunday blearyness was definately *hic* cider induced.

Spent most of last night's Aikido session as Uke for M our 1st kyu man who is going for his 1st Dan in April. He seemed a bit subdued, I think he might be ill. There was such an almighty crack from his knee when he did the final nikkyo pin on me I thought something had gone wrong.

It was fun being Uke, especially the weapons work. I took a serious beating... makes a change not to be placed delicately on the floor by M but to be hoisted up and thrown around. Some SERIOUS ukimi practice. There were occasions when I had NO idea how I landed. I will have to volunteer for Ukemi practice more often...
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