I was just wondering how to get off of this list, I took aikido a few
ago for gym credit and am no longer pursuing it. If you could help me reduce
the amount of mail I get by taking me off the list that would be terrific.
Quoting Kirsten Lee Bonson <[log in to unmask]>:
> Hi everyone,
> First I want to say thanks to all of you who showed up to our first
> Aikido Club
> practice of the semester. It was a decent turn out and I'm glad to see a few
> new faces. Kudos especially to those who walked down the hill with
> Julia and I
> - you got a workout before stepping foot on the mat! I'm planning on having a
> car this coming Thursday, so hopefully we can carpool this time.
> Also, I want to give a few words of encouragement to those who had never
> practiced before. We arrived a little late for class and so I didn't
> have time
> to go over all the details of bowing and such. I know it was a lot to be
> exposed to all at once and you did fine. We've all been there and I know it
> seems really overwhelming at first. Don't worry though, the more you
> the more comfortable you'll be. The hardest part is just starting out.
> There were three people who had told me they'd be there on Thursday
> and (as far
> as I know) never showed up. I did hear from one of you, so you're off
> the hook.
> The rest of you: I'm a senior physics major so I completely understand that
> conflicts come up and that's fine, just pleeease email me before hand and let
> me know if you can't make it. Especially when we're carpooling, we
> need to know
> if we should wait on someone who just happens to be running a bit late, or if
> we should leave without them. If we don't hear from you we'll
> probably wait and
> be late even if you don't show. So, please write.
> Ja Mata,