If something is happening several days in a row, it can be a trend and most of all it can be so.
My hamstrings, the tight, resistent, stubborn suckers have finally yielded a bit. I am more stubborn, they never had a chance anyway.
I think it was one of Emmy’s advice that have helped, when stretching the hamstrings you can’t put weight on them because then they will be confused.
DancingJ have written a lot about the dialogue lately. That has moved a lot in my head about the dialogue as well. There are a lot of things I love about the dialogue, but there are things I don’t like.
Many years ago I worked with an autistic child and when telling her what to do and what to not do it became a mind challenge for me. She never catched the don’t. Like in “Don’t walk in the water-puddle.” In her ears it became “Walk water-puddle.” Instead I had so say something like “Walk on dry ground”.
In the dialogue there are lots and lots of this kind of things.
Second part of awkward
Teacher says: “Don’t blink your eyes, you might loose the balance.”
Me: Blink my eyes and loose balance.
In Stadning Bow
Teacher: “If you fall out, come in again.”
Me: Falling out, and coming in again.
In Balancing Stick
Teacher: “Not a broken umbrella”
Me: Body curls up a bit
There are several of this kind of things in the dialogue and in class I try to listen and follow what is said and then I think it is not so good to have this kind of things in the dialogue. When teachers rephrase this kind of sayings to the class seems to be more precise.