Juggling the World

Juggling the World
March 4, 2013 Miro Sevin Siegel

Many people think juggling is hard.

It is.


After practicing for around 30 minutes a day, I’m surprised my hands aren’t black and blue (That’s how they feel). I’ve gotten juggling with two pins at once down, and I can do double spins and stuff like that, but as soon as the 3rd pin goes in the air, I space out and they all hit the ground. I can’t focus on three at once.

And it hurts.

Imagine a semi-heavy spinning plastic baton hit your hands and wrists repeatedly. Imagine that happen every time you toss the pin. It’s a pain, literally. I do love it though, and I’m hoping I can eventually juggle chainsaws. Okay, maybe not chainsaws, but at least three pins at once.

That are on fire.

I love fire.


Anyhoo, it’ll probably take me a while to get three pins in the air, but when I get it, i’m not going to stop. It’s pretty much my first hobby (If you don’t count video games. Or writing. Or reading.)

Anyways, I hope you enjoyed reading this and I hope you’ll follow my journey to juggling mastery.

1 Comment

  1. Jon Forsyth 11 years ago

    Hey Miro!

    I didn’t know you were a juggler. We should have tossed some pins around when you were here. Just keep at it — you’ll get to three. (I never made it past three, but it’s pretty cool.)

    Thanks for visiting us. It was fun to have you and your mom here.


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