|Victorian Postcard, 1905|
Another year to live!
To banish worry, doubt, and fear,
To love and laugh and give!
~William Arthur Ward
I already have plans to attend the LANES Northeast Storytelling Conference in Maine in April where I will present my workshop, Story by Story: Building a School Storytelling Troupe. This is always a wonderful conference, with something for everyone, whether you are a storyteller, librarian, educators, etc. If you are experienced in your field, or just beginning, join us for a weekend of learning, laughter, camaraderie and stories!
What is greater than God
Worse than the Devil?
The poor have it.
The rich need it.
If you eat it or drink it, you will die.
From The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien
The Enchanted Princess – Russia
February 2013 is the Year of the Snake and the Chinese New Year begins on February 10. For some sssssscintillating stories go to this link on my blog:
Below are two previous blog posts on the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Tiger and the Year of the Rabbit, respectively. There are additional curriculum and crafts, which will be useful this year as well.
More Stories to Solve by George Shannon
3 Major Mistakes to Avoid at Networking Events by Bill Lampton, Ph.D. http://www.businessknowhow.com/marketing/networking-mistakes.htm
A. Because they only have one tail!
Spoken Word, Open Mics and Storytelling Guilds- Go to: http://karenchace.blogspot.com/2011/08/story-slams-open-mics-and-storytelling.html
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