Wednesday, July 8, 2015

boring for the readers pride for me

He got the orange belt.Small joys .


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  1. I've never really understood Judo (I presume it's Judo). All achievements of our children/grandchildren are important.

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  2. It is Karate, i also dont understand but am proud,

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  3. I also thought it was Judo. Judo is interesting because it teaches respect for one's opponent. It's the favourite sport of Mr Putin. The favourite sport of Mr Hitler was boxing which only teaches brutality. I don't know anything about Karate.

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    1. You think Putin is respectful with his opponents? How funny, you seem not to know that Putin is not really a kind guy with thode who don't agree with him.
      Marietta

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  4. I did not know that Putin likes it.

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  5. Well done for your grandson ... all achievements are important:) And all grandmothers are allowed to be proud!!

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  6. you understand me Shirley:)

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  7. They look nice in the karate ring.

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  8. I bought him as a present a book about Messi.

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    1. Great minds think alike. A good present.

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    2. I knew you will like it.

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  9. Well done little man! My youngest son did karate for a time, but I know nothing about it apart from the fact that I had to keep buying different colour belts as he progressed.

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    1. My daughter had a black belt as a child and i still know nothing about it too.

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  10. Mazal tov! Harbeh nachat to you, Yael, as you watch the kids advance through the various colored karate belts. I do the same with my grandsons in Australia and California.

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  11. So you also a proud grandmother like me. אני קוראת כבר כמה שנים את הבלוג שלך וראיתי כמה הם מקסימים

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  12. So you also a proud grandmother like me. אני קוראת כבר כמה שנים את הבלוג שלך וראיתי כמה הם מקסימים

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  13. My son, daughter and I took karate together for ten years. I was working most of the time and it was something we could share. I broke my Achilles tendon in the karate class during a belt test, and still have a gimp! But it was worth it.

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  14. You are a family of brave people:)

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