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Nights like last night don't happen very often. Maybe that's what makes them sweeter.
The Aikido was just 'there'. My centre was low, my feet moved under me instead of remaining stuck to the ground until I'm at the point of tipping over and best of all, being told I was good didn't cripple me!
Sensei R showed me a technique that I've not really tried before and I nailed it.
Please don't wake me up!!
I could do with a few days like that at work. I have about 15 library tours to do on Monday. I sometimes wonder what the staff here do... organisation certainly isn't on the list!