We have three ideas for routines that we are “working” on right now. Routine number one will be very hard to put together. We need to pick a song and put in a lot of practice, but we have already put in a good amount of practice. Routine two will probably require significantly less practice, but we have only practiced once, and by practice I mean fooling around for 15 minutes while convincing ourselves that whipped cream is a legitimate juggling prop. Routine three should involve almost zero practice, but a good deal of prop construction.
Three months ago, Darren and I agreed that he would put up two Facebook posts a month, and I would write a K Anything each month. I assumed I would fail first, but I’m not ready to give up yet. The last two months I have enjoyed writing up ideas for possible juggling shows, and I have also written up a new juggling bit based on the wise and foolish builders that we are actually going to use so I won’t put it on hear. I enjoyed writing these and was planning on writing another bit for the November K Anything. My idea was to expand on our t-shirts. Our t-shirts have “dropping the ball" on the front and on the back they have 2nd Cor. 12:9
But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me.
We just had our big Prodigal Fun event. We appreciate everyone who came out and gave us some feedback. I am usually pretty optimistic about juggling, but I would say everything went even better than I expected. But now I want to look back at all the comments and figure out what we want to improve on. I will be focusing on Prodigal Fun stuff, but I will try to put other goals for 2015 as well since January seems like the right time to try to figure this out. If you didn’t see Prodigal Fun, this post probably isn’t worth reading. Out of all the posts I have ever done this will probably be the one that is most just for me.
The K in the DKers