I was running a little late, trying to find a parking spot that wouldn't get my truck towed. I found my way into what seemed to be a super secretive club. Instead, it was a very welcoming group of people lead by half of the Stoop Storytelling duo Laura Wexler. By the end of the … Continue reading Telling Stories on the Front Porch
Which District is that Again?
Which District is that again? I remember getting off stage at The Moth monthly storytelling show 3-4 years ago. Back when it was at the Howard theater. I wasn't in contention for wining that day, but felt pretty good about how I did for my very first time. As I was getting ready to leave, … Continue reading Which District is that Again?
Who Said It Better?
I remember living near Tokyo, Japan and saying "my God, this must be the worst traffic in the world." I now see that I was being prepared to live in the DC area. I love the activities in DC, but could do without the drive. So, when I heard about Better Said Than Done in … Continue reading Who Said It Better?
My Long Lost Storytelling Aunt
You know what it's like talking to that one cool aunt or cool uncle? They have a way of making you laugh and making you think all with the same words? That's what it like talking with Sheila Arnold. I have seen her live at storytelling shows and over and over again on YouTube. On … Continue reading My Long Lost Storytelling Aunt
A Storytelling Workshop For Your Soul
The question was "Why come out to a storytelling workshop" When she replied "Learning self-compassion.", I knew she understood the true power of storytelling. "She" happens to be Erin Mahone, the creator of the #ifyoucouldseeme project and ReStory Storytelling workshops. Working out of the Richmond, VA area, Erin is also an author and TEDx speaker. … Continue reading A Storytelling Workshop For Your Soul