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04/30/2019

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Marilee Lasch

The point I wanted to make, and COMPLETELY FORGOT was that in Story Telling we are always sharing things from the past...the old stories, and every time we share them, we make them new again.

Marian Nance

I hear your A"Pack Rat." Every time I Spring clean i.e. reorganized my stacks of" stuff," happily I recall and tell stories connected to that "stuff," from times gone by but vividly remembered and shared and made new again. Then I carefully put in a "to keep pile and do it again every spring cleaning season.

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