Category Archives: global inequity

Church on Sunday

Sunday, November 24th 201 On Sunday I return home from my gig to our beautiful (affordable!) condo in the former “Lithuanian Roman Catholic Church Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary” to find; – Dear Hubsand in the kitchen researching how … Continue reading

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It’s Open Honey, Go Ahead

Friday, November 22nd 2019   When the children hop off the yellow school bus this afternoon, us moms are still mid-chat.  Rain is pouring down, so ClaraJane starts trying to physically pry me from the conversation.  And because I have … Continue reading

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Democratic Debate with My Son

Wednesday, November 20th 2019   Listening to the Democratic Presidential Candidates debate the idea of potentially taxing the 0.001% of the elite class all of $0.02 to fund innumerable programs, and how to fund healthcare, my son gets up from … Continue reading

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Packages for the Homeless – “Help for Victor”

Friday, November 1st 2019 Note:  I’ve decided to chronicle my efforts at giving packages to the homeless because; 1) It’s so simple and rewarding, and 2) Maybe others will try it. See also:  https://circuskitchen.com/2019/10/22/helping-people-is-just-not-that-hard/ I brought three packages for homeless … Continue reading

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CircusKitchen Halloween 2019

October 31st 2019         2019-10-31 CircusKitchen Halloween 2019 [2:40]: MEANWHILE: My Mom & Sister’s Crew:   Here my niece Mary the Fairy flits by her amazing brother Miles escorting a little Pumpkin with Legs:   And from … Continue reading

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JTJ Halloween Gigs

October 30th 2019 Jenny the Juggler at work: Great work if you can get it. #LuckyPerformer

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Our House Party: Mixing Politics with Pleasure

Saturday, October 26th 2019   On this day I did something that scared the crap out of me.  Or “expanded the comfort zone” per se.  We held a Meet-the-Neighbors AND Meet-a-Candidate party.  And it was all thrown together last minute.  … Continue reading

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