This picture was taken in Canada. I love it, because it shows my sister giving me a little pep talk before I juggled one night, after a long day. My sister is so supportive of me and Juggling for Jude! I’m so lucky to have her!
Last night I was on a roll and thought I was going to beat my record, because the juggling was super smooth. I was almost at 700 juggles when my shoe came untied, and I tripped. Darnit! It just keeps me wanting more, which is great, because that’s what keeps the donations coming in! Here’s video of the 692 from last night.
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This was the last picture we took in Canada, on the way to the airport.
We landed home from Canada at 5pm, and I managed to get out to the field by 8pm to get in some juggling! I got 592 on my first try and called it a night. Yesterday I had a bunch of stuff to do and got in 246. These days, one of the hardest parts is making sure my mom’s phone has enough space and battery to video!
I’m so lucky to be able to do things like go on vacations and hike and swim and see the scenery. I know the kids with cancer at St. Jude aren’t so fortunate, so it’s always important to keep them in mind.
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This has to be one of the most beautiful fields for juggling in the world! I’m so lucky that my grandparents took me and my family to the Canadian Rockies for a few days. But the juggling must go on, so I found some time and got in 351 after eating lots of ice cream! 🙂
Also, thanks so much to the amazing Eric Trump Foundation, which gives millions of dollars to St. Jude, for giving me a really nice shout out on social media! I hope it leads to a lot of donations!
Remember to go here if you want to donate. All money goes directly to St. Jude, which means one step closer to finding a cure for cancer and saving the life a child with cancer!
Thanks for your support!
Juggling at base of the “Three Sisters” Mountains in Canmore, Canada to kick off the Summer of 2016!
I’m on vacation in the Canadian Rockies with my grandparents, and today was the first official day of Juggling for Jude 2016! It was also the first time I have juggled on non-US soil! Woohoo!
I got 471 juggles (the video cut out before all 471 were recorded, but you get the idea). I have a bit of an injury to my foot right now, but I’m determined to get better and keep up the juggling and get to my summer goal of $100,000 for the kids at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital! I’ve got a few events planned for the summer, and I hope you’ll spread the word about Juggling for Jude, so people will know how to donate! It’s such a great cause, and every dollar helps kids with cancer!
Just head over the the DONATE page, and 100% of your donation will go directly to St. Jude!
Thanks for your support, and here’s to a hugely successful summer of JUGGLING FOR JUDE!
If you’re between the ages of 8 and 12 and want to develop your juggling skills and ball touch, please join me and one of my awesome coaches for a clinic on July 30th, 2016! All registration fees will go directly to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, so it’s a win-win! Please share this flyer with other players who might be interested. Let’s do this!
I was lucky enough to get to Tahoe for the Memorial Day Weekend holiday. It’s so beautiful up there! I did a little juggling and am getting very excited for my daily summer juggling campaign to start!
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Thanks so much for your support of the amazing St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital!