Category Archives: activism

Bernie 2020: My Boyfriend’s Back

February 2019     We’re BACK, Baby!!!   Ever since Bernie announced the reboot of his presidential campaign, I’m like: Angels – My Boyfriend’s Back [2:09]:             ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

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Bernie 2020: It’s ON

February 19th 2019 Holy… YES. Watch: Bernie Sanders shares video announcing 2020 presidential bid [1:57]:   OMFG let’s DO this. I’m Running For President [10:48]:   OMG U Guys:  He raised over a million dollars within the first three hours … Continue reading

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Shining Light: Words that Don’t Belong to Everyone

Monday, February 11th 2019   Astonishingly, a School Committee Member in our town is currently under hot scrutiny for having said the full N*word out loud in front of a group of students.  In the turmoil that has ensued, of … Continue reading

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Parenting: Self-Actualized, Competent, Capable, Confident Adults

Wednesday, February 6th 2019   As I am now on a journey to better understand how to deal partner with helicopter parents, I came across this wonderfully inspiring and succinct overview of How to Raise an Adult by Standford Dean … Continue reading

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Hospital Clowning: Touchdown Dance

January 30th 2019   In light of the upcoming Superbowl between New England Patriots and LA Rams, Boston Children’s Hospital created a touchdown dance challenge in this one-minute video featuring two of my team mates, Dr. Bafu & Doc Skeeter.  Personally I couldn’t … Continue reading

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At Rise: One Roller Skate, Unstuck

Thursday, January 24th 2019   AT RISE:  Packing for the juggling festival weekend, ClaraJane is cruising around on one roller skate. ClaraJane:  Mamma?  Can you help me find my other roller skate? Mom:  Yes honey.  I know where it is, … Continue reading

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Hospital Clowning: Salaam

Wednesday, January 16th 2019 Because we encounter so many Arabic speaking families, I went to the hospital’s family center today to ask a liaison how to say basic greetings in Arabic.   Here they are (phonetically): HELLO:  Marshaba  GREETING OF PEACE:  … Continue reading

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