Thursday, December 23, 2010
Greetings from Torsten (Germany)'
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Monday, December 20, 2010
We are taking the week off from juggling on the Blue. One of our principals is on vacation and the other is having a very busy week at work.
We received a Holiday card from the Park! That was a first, getting a card from a park. Ha!
We should be back in action on the 27th.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Thursday, December 9, 2010
A surprisingly busy day. Deslyn and Penda stopped by. We had Elisabetta, an Italian psychiatrist/arialist, who stayed they entire time. She had seen us on the Bryant Park web site. Seth, Jonathan, and Alex were there. We had an experienced juggler in Nick as visitor. We had a handful of learners stopping by, as well as many photographers. We are hoping for a good return on the five or six cards we passed out.
27 degrees at 12:45PM
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Krista, Will, Jonathan, Seth and me were all out there.
It is not a bad spot and definitely high-profile, with people walking by constantly. A family from Texas stopped by, we passed clubs around their daughters for a minute. When we were finished, the father walked up to me, reaching for his wallet, saying "what do we owe you?" I thought for a second, and told him he could send me one of the pictures he had just taken with his iPhone. He sent me a blank message, intentionally or no, I wrote him back and hopefully I'll get the picture eventually.
Skating this morning was replaced by a 'private event' that turned out to be a promotional thing for one of the sponsors, an airline, with Santa, sexy, skirted elf-girls and blue-clad flightline marshallers. We watched their 1 o'clock show before going back to work.
They also popped this thing up.
...right in what we had started considering our corner. It is a Kate Spade shop, or so they say. I actually like the igloo-style design, but it has relocated us. For the one day we tried right in front of the stairs and planting here:
Myles stopped by fo rthe first time in a while, giving himself a pick-me-up in the middle of the day. When I first set up, a policeman approached me almost immediately, I thought I was getting moved, and he was just telling me that Seth was inside the rink-building and wold be out in a minute.
More pictures should follow from a couple of photographers.