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Aikido Ed's Blog Blog Tools Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 11-27-2005 12:51 PM
Aikido Ed
General Ponderings and thoughts
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Status: Public
Entries: 7
Comments: 1
Views: 19,091

Entries for the Month of November 2005

In General My Ideas on things Not Aikido Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #3 New 11-27-2005 01:03 PM
It is my intention to explore my Aikido experience in this blog. I am, however, an individual who is interested in a diversity of issues and feel certain that you will find many points to ponder at my other blog which is located at http://realerant.blogspot.com

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In General Random Haiku's Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #2 New 11-27-2005 12:58 PM
haiku #1
spawning salmon shakes
icy Autumn river flows
end and renewal

haiku # 2
gold dog's fur dances
blossom breeze of summer eve
run with dangling tongue

haiku # 3
fat orange fish darts
amidst broad summer lilies
canopy from sun

haiku # 4
mosquitoes needles
summer blood supped up quickly
hand clasps flesh red sting

haiku # 5
white goat's bell jingles
through the cherry blossom breeze
in stony meadow
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In General Beginning Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #1 New 11-27-2005 12:51 PM
My first Aikido class was two days ago. I didn't enter blindly as I had done my research, dropped in to view a class and have had some Martial Arts training. I specifically decided to embark on this journey as (a) I believe Aikido will provide me a more thorough "Martial" experience that the other Arts tend to lack by way of sacrificing them to one end of the spectrum or another, those being "sport" and "Rambo", and (b) I work as a Correctional Officer in a Maximum Security Institution and our techniques are derrived from Aikido.

My first class was excellent as my peers were patient and helpful. I was a bit over-zealest, however, and ended up falling rather hard on my poor 37 year old shoulder that has been subject to years of abuse playing Rugby. So, it's heat, ice, Tiger Balm and a few days rest before the journey is resumed....
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