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Like, Juggling Life

Sunday, October 25th 2015   After a grueling blitz of high-demand juggling gigs (the immensity and cacophony of which defy description),┬ácome Sunday afternoon I’m finishing the last of face paint customers and tasting the “finish” line. Then suddenly like magic … Continue reading

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What I Did Last Night

Saturday, February 7th 2015 As I biked home from the juggling convention through snowflakes and snowscapes in our beautiful city yesterday with my husband towing our kids all zipped up in their esteemed “chariot,” it occurred to me that it … Continue reading

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Chain Reactions

Friday, November 28th 2014 On this day Gavin and I headed over to M.I.T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) for our first time attending the annual F.A.T. (Friday after Thanksgiving) CHAIN REACTION event. It was so cool. Teams from anywhere enter … Continue reading

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