yes, it was so nice to hear from you! I flagged your message so I'd write when I had more time and it got buried. Right now I have to get to bed. Been a very busy week wearing the Speech Pathology hat but got to tell at Granite State…"
This Friday 3/13at 8:00pmStoryHomeStorytelling Center7 Madison Ave.Rochester, NH 03867603-335-1760*How much is ENOUGH?Come and find the answer when Jean Armstrong performsAbsolutely Moore or LessBusted when her youthful boyfriend brings up age difference in logarithmic formulas!Timelessness, black holes, and a dating life that’s gone on way too long!Smart, witty, thoughtful, sometimes comically absurd stories about the redundancy of dating, longing, desire, and aging with cameos by Cher, Phil…See More
"Greetings! I hope you like Professional Storyteller. I sure do! Won't you consider participating in the "Applied Storytelling: the Power of Story" group? We would love to have you! Best wishes. STEVE"
Hi Jean, do you remember, we took one of Tony Montanaro´s workshops in the Celebration Barn together.....i still remember you were telling a story you just wrote, something about dots. Guess it was 1999 when we met. How are you doing? Are you performing a lot? I did develop in the meantime several programs with stories from all over the world - of course told, sung, mimed, improvised and keep Tony´s teaching alive......nice to hear from you! Uschi