Category Archives: global inequity

Clowns Without Borders: No Laughing Matter

Monday, November 19th 2018   After a year of Hospital Clowning under my belt I finally feel ready to start trying to join Clowns Without a Borders.  Here is a documentary of an example of their exploits, in Lesbos three years … Continue reading

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Toilet Chronicles: Oh What a Night

Somewhere between November 13-16th 2018 After taking care of my sweet son throughout a night of vomiting and diarrhea, it is apparently my turn.  “Things are not boding well for me,” I inform my husband as I clutch my cramping … Continue reading

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At Rise: Ten Wushes by ClaraJane

Friday, August 10th  2018 AT RISE: The Oberhauser Four are on the way to the annual Sisters Weekend pilgrimage by the sea in Hull, Massachusetts. ClaraJane:  If I could have ten wushes, wanna know what I’d wush!? Mom:  [Idly] What … Continue reading

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