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Nancy Allen Wolter

So true! Well said!

Myranette Robinson

Yes, Anna. I agree once you have the courage to tell a story, it just flows from you and gives a wonderful shared experience for the listener(s) and the teller.


Storytelling is a natural part of being alive. We tell stories all day long when we don't think about it: What did I do today? How I got the marmalade to gel. There was the cutest little puppy at the park today...We're wired for story. Stories are baked in. So be bold, be like Anna. Take a breath, and start telling.

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