First I lost the breaks in my car and I had to cancel some of our classes. The good news is that I got my car fixed the next day. Then Wednesday, our son hurt his leg and we had to stay 4 hours in the hospital. The doctors checked him, took X-rays but didn't find anything. By the way, it's not an easy job to take X-rays from a 14 month old boy! A good thing is, that health care for a child is free here. In some other countries, this might be quite expensive. Now Dexter has some difficulties walking but we will see in few days what happens. With my own Taekwondo training I have to keep taking breaks. I have hurt my knee so no kick training at all for me although I have done some poomsae training which I had a good time doing. I have been watching Taekwondo shows on Youtube and Facebook and I must say, I have become quite depressed; I think we are showing ourselves in a bad light. People are putting "knock out" videos or some crazy "jumping kicks" videos online. The problem with this is that it is not our reality. What we do in our training is totally different. But does a big audience believe that? Perhaps we should think more about what we show online? /Markku P.