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27 January 2005 @ 03:52 pm
Kendo/fencing people (and Sunday game people)  
According to my poll and direct conversations with people, we are overwhelmingly vaguely leaning toward Kendo. I said I'd be ready to start in February and that's ... next week.

The only problem with Seattle Kendo Kai is the fact that Keiko is Tuesday evening (no problem), Thursday evening (no problem) and Sunday afternoon (No ... oops. Game). Their website implies that attendance of every Keiko is expected of every student.

I want to do this, and I don't want to drop my game.

Move game to later - this would make my game shorter, since I don't think I can ask the Covington people to stay later.

Move game to a different night - Friday would actually work fairly well for me.

Find out if the Kendo club is OK with missing Sundays on a regular basis.

Find a different Kendo club.

Honestly, I need to email Imanishi-sensei and find out about starting classes in the first place - since the dues structure is quarterly, I'm not even sure if they take new students in February.

Stephen Matsuba, of Seattle Kendo Kai, replied to my email, suggesting that we observe a Thursday (7:00-8:30) or Sunday (3:00-5:30) practice before deciding to join.
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horriblywrong on January 28th, 2005 12:20 am (UTC)
I'd be fine with moving game to Friday...just need to talk with Naydene.

Part of me says, tonight is Thursday...
Lady Doomlithera on January 28th, 2005 12:24 am (UTC)
If you guys want to go tonight, that's cool. I'm commited to be on-line this evening but I could always go Sunday, as I will be driving north on next Thursday.
c_jydc_jyd on January 28th, 2005 01:17 am (UTC)
Will talk to Jen tonight, though she'll probably have seen this by then. One of us will let you know our schedule.
Wolfladypuppygrrl on January 28th, 2005 01:21 am (UTC)
I'm pretty sure as long as we don't go too much later than 10:30pm, I should be okay with a later session.