Friday, May 10, 2013


This is an illustration of a Primary Restraint Technique before the take down.


4 comments:

Roxie said...

You are such a trooper to do this handle with care training! And what a good idea to start out with the physical work. I bet the discussion was MUCH more lively!

Hope all the aches and pains go away fast. May you spin in the park soon!

amy said...

Happy Mother's Day! I don't need to be pampered but I *did* want my husband to help get the kids sorted before he left the country again (he's en route to Greece right now), because I didn't want the kids to feel bad. So I know they're sorted, and we'll be heading up to my grandmother's nursing home Sunday morning.

I've washed all the winter coats and snow pants, but I need to get a storage tub. Last year I hung them in the office closet, but the humidity in that room wasn't good for the coats. (Just mildew, which washed, but still.) So I need a different storage solution.

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