Category Archives: Performing Life

Hospital Clowning: Joke Repository

September 2018 A working compilation in progress, if you will:  Q:  What’s brown and sticky?   /   A:  A stick. Q:  What’s brown and stickier?   /   A:  A stick covered in poo. Q:  What’s red and bad for your teeth? /   A: A brick. Q:  What’s red … Continue reading

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Good Old Days by Randy Rainbow

September 2018 Although this is from almost a year ago already, a modest antidote to the blood-pressure cooker of current events in which Randy Rainbow delivers flawlessly, as always. THOSE WERE THE GOOD OLD DAYS: A Randy Rainbow Song Parody … Continue reading

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Mueller’s Indictment Song by James Corden

Friday, August 24th 2018 Truly O.M.G. This inestimable gem was just brought to my attention, and now I bring it to yours; four minutes of pure gold. Robert Mueller’s Indictment Song [3:57]:                 … Continue reading

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Raindrops on Roses

Wednesday,August 22nd 2018 A little celebrating of the best news day since the apocalyptic beginning of this shameful sham of a so-called “presidency.” (We also happened to get our hair did.) 2018-08-22 Mamma and Gavin Sing About the News [48 … Continue reading

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Mr. Rogers: Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

August 2018 Who knew that all this time Fred Rogers’ message of kindness, love and acceptance would end up so very radical? WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? Trailer (2018) – Mr. Fred Rogers Documentary [2:44]:   My wish for you: … Continue reading

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To Circus Camp with Gavin

Sunday, June 24th 2018 Also Cousin Dawson’s second day with us! 2018-06-24 TO CIRCUS CAMP WITH GAVIN [1:36]:   ♥♥♥♥♥

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Hospital Clowning: Family Separation

Tuesday, June 19th 2018   Dr. Bafu is so wonderful to know and to work with.  Sometimes he is so funny and I am doing practically nothing as I observe the scene.  Fortunately I am learning to relax and have … Continue reading

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