I am not quite clear about this action
At the gate fence both Kennedys gave themselves to the mob. This kind of campaigning was unfamiliar to Jackie, but she had taken the bit, and her husband was appreciative; from time to time he glanced back at her, smiling encouragement. Once she nearly vanished. Both her wrists were grasped by several talon-like hands, and in near panic she felt herself being dragged over the railing. The talons slackened and she staggered back, juggling yellow roses. "Don't leave me," she panted at Albert Thomas. "Don't get too far away." "That's enough," he called, and he and two of his friends, both septuagenarians, ran interference for her until she reached the car.
in the above passage, I am not quite clear about this action"
""she staggered back,juggling yellow roses"
according to the previous passage, Jackie is holding that yellow roses. so , how could she juggle them when she is falling backward?