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Myranette Robinson

I'm glad you enjoyed it. I can tell it had a positive effect on you by the new stories you tell. We need to get a group of us going to the NSN soon.

Mo Nance

Wow! what a wonderful storytelling adventure. I too attended the National Institute in Tennessee after taking my first storytelling class with Dr. Cole. I was absolutely gaw gaw at what I heard and who I saw. I could not agree more that is was one of the most gratifying storytelling adventures ever. Every storyteller should go to one. By the by, I consider you one of those experienced storytellers.

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