When midday is the dawn
from which your soft dreams break
and your arms trace rainbow arches
embracing lovely day
while old men shuffle lightly
through the halo of your smile
StoryMasters welcomed not one, not two, but three (!!!) members this month, which is all about connections. Or should we call it Six Degrees of Separation?
I joined Toastmasters to improve on my public speaking skills and to meet people. I was lonely, having recently moved to a new neighborhood. The Toastmasters meetings gave me somewhere to go.
I was lucky enough to be selected as one of the Southern California representatives for the November 21, 2020 Tellebration™ event, a worldwide storytelling celebra-tion sponsored by Naional Storytelling Network. I knew I wanted to tell ‘the Bog Pond’ story....
When our plumbing is clogged, we call Rick the Plumber. Before long, our water is running free again. But, wait a minute! One day, on his way out, Rick suddenly stops. “That’s Royal Albert,” he says. We follow his gaze to my wife’s teacup collection. He continues, “I...
Catherine Magruder wows ’em at SAC’s Tall Tales night.One of the “lemonade” aspects of pandemic-era meetings on Zoom has been watching a number of StoryMasters and friends, following President Miyo’s lead, appearing on Zoom shows such as Strong Words, The Otter Story...
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