Little Jessica is quickly getting used to the routine here at home.
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Purple. Not the most manly colour I have to admit. Nevertheless, it feels good now find it snugly wrapped around my waist.
In all the excitement that made up the last couple of months of my life, it completely slipped my mind to mention that back on the 4th December 2010, I successfully graded for my purple belt making it officially the highest colour belt I have ever achieved, and more importantly, one big step towards that ultimate goal of my first ever black belt.
Purple belt carries with it a fair bit of work, as it can be seen as being one of the toughest lower belt gradings because you are required to grade over the entire karate syllabus going all the way back to white belt, not to mention the introduction of some new, particularly mentally challenging forms like F6B Ushiru geri and Kamae Kata 3!
After making changes to your crontab file, be it the sudo or standard version of the file, you will need to restart the appropriate cron service. The command line sequence to achieve this is as follows:
sudo /etc/init.d/cron restart
The system should indicate that the cron has been successfully restarted, and you can now simply sit back and relax – job done! :)