This is a blog post by my grandson Kameron Badgers that appeared originally on his blog at http://www.kameronbadgers.com — I am reusing it with his permission.
There’s a really nice French restaurant in far North Dallas (Frankford at Preston) called Cadot. It’s run by chef Jean-Marie Cadot, and he has been feeding the Lone Star Circus troupe at Christmas time for a number of years. To let him know how much we appreciate the fabulous food, we put on shows at the restaurant at least once a year.
This year, we got to be part of the restaurant’s 7th anniversary celebration. A lot of really good performers turned out — we had contortionists, clowns, a magician, hula hoop artists, and a couple of jugglers, plus a ringmaster, on stilts or a unicycle. And the talent ranged from 6 to over 60, proving that you can be part of the circus at any age.
It was a lot of fun, and the restaurant patrons in the bar, on the patio, and in the main dining room…
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