My son had a Karate grading on the weekend which he passed (he is now a blue belt), he was asked by the powers that be to come out for State Training, he is apparently pretty good at the fighting bit. I think my hubby was thinking about it all the way home, and when he told me I just said NO, especially after the fact my son's ankle failed (footy injury that has come back to bite him) during the grading and and has resulted in a Dr's visit and now ongoing physio.
Hubby says if he gives up footy maybe he can do Karate, I just told him that Maestro giving up footy is just not an option he will continue to just want to do it all. The 3 hours of training on a Sunday night is also a major deciding factor, it is already hard to drag him to school after any major sports activities on the weekend, this Monday included and the 6pm to 9pm training on a Sunday night is just not attractive in any way shape or form.
At the moment I have warded off the extra Karate lesson once a week. I think DH hasn't pressed it because I have as little to do with Karate as possible and it will be up to him to do the running around for yet another lesson each week. I can't say I have ever liked Maestro doing Karate and have left it as something that the boys do and organise together.
I am feeling much better, though my knee and arm still hurt but at least today I am home and can keep moving around, yesterday was torture sitting at my desk at work. Another visit to the Chiro tonight to straighten things out and I fingers crossed that little episode will be put to rest.
More exciting new on the quilting front, I am all booked in for a couple of classes with Kathy Doughty of Material Obsession and Wendy Williams in the first week in November at Hetties. I can't tell you how excited I am to be going and I will probably have to start looking in my stash on the weekend to get my stuff all together.
I have also signed up for Material Obsessions Fabric Club, you all know I need more fabric, and I got my first package today. I think I will put this away to use for my next Sue Daley Quilt which will be Square Dance once I finish Lancaster which I must get back to soon.
I am loving all the talk of the Aussies heading to Houston I will have to live vicariously through them, because a trip to Houston I don't think will be coming my way any time soon.