set me reelin'. (vaya___) wrote,
set me reelin'.
vaya___

Mandatory karate post (every once and awhile.)

I don't think that I've had a slurpee in a number of years and now I want one. To be honest with you, I think I forgot about their existence. With the McCann's here we used to go to the 7-11 all of the time, but now I just wait in the car while other people go in and get their miscallaneous items. That's neither here nor there, however, because now I am royally confused. I tie my belt my way! It doesn't feel loose the way I do it, the tape is on the right side, etc. It is very odd, as an ik-kyu, to have someone tying my belt for me. (It's probably weirder as a black belt.) We spent 20 minutes in class tying our belts this evening. It was remarkable. ;) *coughsarcasmcough*
      It is always strange not being at class for a longer stretch of time. Generally, I don't miss every class in a week. Almost always, I'm at one class if not both (sometimes all three, but then I do have a great deal of make up to do... vicious cycle, this.) Not being at class for two weeks during summer (as in, not the Christmas/New Year break) is going to be very strange. Especially now. Not that it wouldn't have been weird last year... but y'know. I don't even know why I'm writing this, but it struck me as something I had to do. Either way, ciao! July 13-25.
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