Monthly Archives: March 2018

MamaRazzi: Finaly a Use for Wagon Wheel

March 31st 2018   Out with my son somewhere, the song “Wagon Wheel” is playing in the background.  Perhaps due to my abject aversion to this song my son is unfamiliar with it.  Hearing the refrain, he erupts, “Oh my … Continue reading

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My Brother Robert Playing Music

March 31st 2018 A rather sloppy video of some very fine musicians messing around. 2018-03-31 Robert & Sasha Playing Music Stuffs [5:05]:   #Hanging@theLine ♥♥  

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TSA Times: Ma’am Where Are Your Kids Devices?

Wednesday, March 28th 2018 SECURITY CHECK: Going through airport security rigmarole, we receive the myriad instructions from TSA agents; shoes off, laptops out, jackets in the tray, etc.    “Any other devices bigger than a cellphone also need to be … Continue reading

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Hospital Clowning: Twinsies with Gonzo

Friday, March 23rd 2018   1) Are You Jenny the Juggler? First thing this morning we are stopped in the hall by a Cardiology Nurse who calls me out and gushes that she has video footage of me on her … Continue reading

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That Time Your Child Spontaneously Gives a Speech at a Political Forum

Wednesday, March 21st 2018 So I take my kids to the library to screen this documentary about the Women’s March:     I didn’t even ask if they WANTED to.  Especially in light of the fact that Gavin recently expressed … Continue reading

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Hospital Clowning: Tuesday with Jay

Tuesday, March 20th 2018 1 )  Pre-Op Emergency We start the morning in Pre-Op, scrubbing in.  Our hands are barely wet when a nurse grabs us for an “Emergency!”   She brings us to the room of a boy who is … Continue reading

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Hospital Clowning: From Crying to Curious

Friday, March 16th 2018 1)  DR. JOEKULELE!: It’s my first time partnering with Dr. Joekulele (the next newest member of the team), and we are not bad!  I enjoy his games with kids where he continually fails to guess their name, … Continue reading

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