Actually, the first one was more of a Cirque/ Caberet/ Salon, and this one was more of a Carnival/ Midway/ Sideshow…
but I was so happy to get a 2 hour Premium Visit booked that I called Honey the Clown to be my assistant and photographer.
My first face! He got the full length spiel. We had a water fight toward the end of the party. Him with a water pistol vs. me with squishy-fishes!
Cindy seemed a bit overwhelmed.
Birthday girl watches on while Makenzie takes a pie.
Sammy hung around ALOT. She retrieved balloons and kept saying that I was So Funny! I kept saying,
“I’ve worked hard to become so.”
So she got a nose… and paper towels instead of a specially custom JUSBY PIED terry cloth model.
Then… I brought out the new dispenser… and it FAILED again! Gas hissed out the side and, when dispensed, shot everywhere. So I just splattered around toward adults. We gave it to the birthday girl, and she wouldn’t put it in dad’s face. Good girl!
[at home I found the O-ring on the drying rack! Well, it’s clean for tomorrow! LMAO What a Life!]
Honey enjoyed the trampoline.
Then the water-balloons came out and I actually used the bucket of water… AS WATER. Then the confetti!
The Deck of the porch provided a marvelous stage! I used the left, and Honey painted faces and bejeweled on the right.
In addition to the pie-ings, they had a giant back yard filled with activities including TWO pools and a Trampoline. All around the perimeter were activities like Pop the Balloon with a Dart, Cardboard Bumper Cars, Ring Toss, Western Dress-Up Photo, a Hamburger/ Hot Dog Stand with Cotton Candy, Popcorn, Etc. Etc. Etc.!
Kids came up and started giving me tickets to ride the stilts!
I gave a few rides out and harassed a teenager who had one of two earbuds in his ears. I asked what he was listening to and HE DIDN’T KNOW! Later I caught him about to text. I told him no texting!
I got the show started by pouring out the five or six little white plastic bottles in to the bucket so the fish could drink. I ended with the not-so-little brown plastic jug. “They drink like fish”, followed by “Little brown jug how I love thee!” And of course a fish squirted me. I made sure they were full at home.
And I kept repeating that I might need it during the juggling fire part. [which I never did]
I did juggle the sports balls and went through the whole routine including “They should call it the Super Hoop, or the World Court, but I guess that one’s taken”. Which wound up with Cup, Bowl, Plate/ What’s for dinner? Fish! and a squirting fish!
All concluded ahead of schedule and under budget! Go team JUSB-HONEY!