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Carol Leigh Wehking
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  • Cambridge, Ontario
  • Canada
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Professional Storyteller is a network for people who work in the field of oral storytelling. Please write a brief paragraph about your work.
I tell stories because I believe that stories shape our world - I tell stories that bring us together, and hope that one day the stories that drive us apart will no longer be told or remembered.

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At 11:55am on October 1, 2010, Carlos Xavier said…
Hi Carol,
Back in Oct 2009 you seemed to not remember how to add Friends. Well, here we are in Oct. 2010, and guess what???
I was inspired by our common dilemma and your perseverance, and would now like to add YOU as a friend.
Carlos Xavier
(Fable and Flute)
I love the Kathleen Ragan book, and have used it for many stories for the K-3 students to whom I tell.
At 5:44am on May 4, 2010, Clare Muireann Murphy said…
Dear Caroleigh
What is your (current) favourite uppity woman story? Or your favourite source book for them? I like the book by Kathleen Ragan "Fearless Girls, Wise Women, Beloved Sisters".
beir bua
At 12:37pm on March 31, 2010, Clare Muireann Murphy said…
Hello Carol

I am building an online archive of "proof" that storytelling works. I have posted on my blog and on the discussion pages as well as in Storytelling and education forum about it. I see you worked at Mother Goose, I would love to hear more, and also to see if you can add any links, sites, published papers, or other hard evidence to support storytelling and its place in health, education, community building, reminiscence work and so on.... all help appreciated!!
At 11:34am on March 7, 2009, Steve Evans said…
You are so right. Just as the uncontrolled flooding waters can destroy and controlled flooding waters can produce energy, so it is with stories! We have a tremendous treasure and a huge responsibility. Welcome!
At 11:05am on March 7, 2009, Steve Evans said…
Well, I believe in the power of story to transform lives - for the better! In fact, I am doing my graduate studies on this topic. This group is for those who share similar views and provides a venue for expressing them! So, you are welcome to "Applied Storytelling: the Power of Story." To join the group simply click on "Groups" at the top of your home page, then click on the "Applied Storytelling" icon (a nice cup of cappuccino!), then click on "Join this Group." I look forward to having you with us! Best wishes to you. STEVE
At 1:11am on March 6, 2009, Steve Evans said…
Greetings. I hope you are enjoying Professional Storyteller and are finding it useful. I know I am. I would love to have you participate in the group "Applied Storytelling: the Power of Story." I think your participation would be beneficial to us all! Best wishes to you. STEVE
At 5:02pm on March 3, 2009, Marianne Christensen said…
Dear Carol
Thank you for adding me as a friend here.
I'm looking forward to getting to know you better.
Best wishes
At 12:59pm on November 29, 2008, Eric Borrias said…
Hello Carol.
I got a message you left a command on my e.mail, but there was nothing to reed.
So could you send it again?
At 12:35pm on November 29, 2008, Eric Borrias said…
You live in Cambridge, Ontario? No that's a story!
My father lived there untill his death two years ago!
311, Grand Ridge Drive.
After my parents devorce, almost 50 years ago, he left to Canada and I never saw him again. After 40 years we came back in contact again and I had planned to visit him in 2006. But he daid before I had been there.

Here in Holland all is well. wo grandchildren, number three on the way. Lost of work. We moved to another small town and bought a evoirment friendly new build greenhouse. ( website might work. picture just after it was build.

I still go to Alden Biezen every year. Its always special to be there.
We also run a small theatre in a town nearby. Every month on a sunday we have a storytelling or music programm.
In september Dan Yashinsy was in Holland for a Storytellingfestival, he really liked my Shipmates of captain Mc Cow. So who knows.....
All the best.



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