I guess I need to be more careful with what I say on my blog, because when I joked in my last post about being the person who put a Taekwondo sticker on The Professor’s car, apparently someone took that as an actual confession, because when I went to open mat yesterday, I found out that I had been moved up to the top of the list of suspects. I think it’s funny that I’m being accused, but I am innocent, innocent I tell ya, and I’d be willing to take a polygraph test to prove it, because BJJ is already hard enough for me, so I really don’t need to give Professor Greg any reason to make it even harder!
I don’t get to open mat very often, and when I went yesterday, I really just wanted to enjoy it, so I made a conscious effort to not put any pressure on myself, to just relax and not think about my performance, and I can’t even remember everything that happened, but I know that as a result of not worrying about it, I had a lot of fun! One thing I do remember is that after I rolled with Mike, he showed me a way to roll into my partner to escape an omoplata, then Conan tried to omoplata me during our roll, so I used what Tumbleweed had just taught me to get out, and Conan said “I’ve never seen anyone do it like that before.”, so thanks, Mike!
Since some people seem to believe anything I say on this blog, even if I’m just joking, I’m going to end this post by taking my recent “self-hype woman” theme to the extreme, and doing some Trumpeting about my BJJ skills…
I am so good at Jiu-Jitsu, no one Jiu-Jitsus better than I do, I’m really the best at it. I’m also very classy when I do it, I’m actually the classiest, and I always have huge success. Everybody loves rolling with me, and anyone who doesn’t is just terrible, they’re the worst.