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... time and feel confident that the more time I spend throwing it to the catch, the easier it will become. For now, it feels great to have a bigger role and a bigger trick in the show, and come next city our schedule is going to require it. We are facing a heavy schedule and Harmony and Kyla are going to need to take breaks from their workload of three tricks each. Having my extra trick in the show will allow them that luxury.
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... nightlife was happening. There were so many winding roads and cute bars and restaurants that we wanted to stop in all of them. Not being able to decide, we just kept going. Down a quiet alley we saw a strange sight- some odd sculptures including a giant horse with a lampshade over his head. As we went further to investigate, we realize it was this wonderful avant garde bar with strange ...
... coming to Japan in her early 20s to visit her family and remembers little shops much like the ones we were seeing in the "old town district" so it was particularly significant for her to relive those memories. We also did a sake tasting at a very good sake factory in town, and ended up buying some sake to bring home as gifts. Finally, I bought myself an expensive and VERY SHARP handmade knife in an old shop in town that has been making knives for 7 generations, ...
... has all been a classic case of taking one step back in order to take two steps forward. Not very glamorous work during the process, however achieving the desired results will propel me to the next level of flying. The shows have been wonderful. It is by no means an easy feat to get up and perform every day. The act of doing so demands nothing short of 110%....every time....no matter what you feel like. My teammate, Harmony, told me of a trick ...
... are you supposed to make enchiladas with that chile!!!!"
What ended up happening (I kid you not) is that they refused to add the water, and then spread the pasty chile on the corn tortillas with the back of a spoon. I took comfort in the fact that they had no other enchiladas to "judge" these ones against. And to be fair, pasty chile spread on a corn tortilla actually tastes pretty good! I made the beans and posole at home before the event, so luckily ...
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