Category Archives: global inequity

Pixel’s Puppies Redux

July 26, 2019 2019-07-26 Pixel’s Puppies Redux [1:24]: And on a side note, here is the Puppies’ Aunt Copley who has apparently decided that ClaraJane is the cat’s pajamas:

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Happy ICE Day, America

Sunday, the Lord’s Day, July 14th 2019   On this day –in which the regrettable White House Occupant tweets at American minority Congresswomen to “go back to where they came from” on his way to GOLF in Virginia,  ICE RAIDS are … Continue reading

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Surprise Visit from the Twins

Friday, June 27th 2019 Toiling away at my Office Cafe, I am treated to a surprise visit from my twins. 2019-06-28 Office Visit from the Twins [0:56] ClaraJane combines her two favorite activities; rollerskating and reading: Omg legs: And Girl! … Continue reading

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Homestead, Florida

Wednesday, June 26th 2019 Homestead Florida is a place my family used to live.  It was before I was born but I’ve seen the videos of my brother on his tricycle pulling a red wagon full of puppies and it … Continue reading

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A Jenny the Juggler Show in Tewksbury MA

Wednesday, June 12th 2019   So, here in unedited, unadulterated glory is AN example of my show, generously filmed in its entirety by the local TV station in the Town of Tewksbury, MA. It’s neither my best show nor my … Continue reading

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Character Values: Lying or Not

My late Uncle Jack told me; “I’d rather believe in someone and be wrong than NOT believe in them and be right.”   And this from the internet: ♦  

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Secret Juggler & Hospital Clowning: A Tale of Two Birthdays

Monday, April 29th 2019 On Sunday I perform as Jenny the Juggler a birthday party for a one year old baby girl in a restaurant banquet room rented out by the  family.  Over the dance floor a huge rainbow of … Continue reading

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