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Judy Comer-Schultz
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The long, winding & wondrous road......

I ended up on this website in a manner almost too complicated to go into so suffice it to say that it was simply meant to be. There are just certain people in your life that "reappear" or whom we find our way back to in the oddest of ways and luckily for me, it is always a happy reappearance. When I was very young, quite wayward and lacking direction in life, this particular friend told me, and reminded me often, that "life is a process." (Very '70s kind of lingo, don't you agree?) Life is a process. Best advice I ever got actually and indeed my own kids will tell you today that it is a phrase they know well. And now here we are, Lynne Pope and I, both finding our way to a website, many decades later, and a website that celebrates people like us, who claim many careers during our lives, multiple interests and skills, and people who see life's events as almost a set of stories, some with a definite end and others that just move chapter to chapter with no end.

In those stories there are people who appear once or occasionally and then are gone .... and then there are others who stay with us in mind and heart all the way through.

And a website of people who all probably agree that indeed, life is a process!

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Meeting my Mom....when she was 18 years old

Today my Mother had me bring home some precious and old LPs and recordings to my house while her house is undergoing some major interior design renovations. In the process of packing them up there were some fun discoveries such as my Monkees "Headquarters" album that I thought was long gone and an assortment of original cast/soundtrack LPs from the 50s and 60s of my favorite Broadway musicals. One spectacular discovery was a recording of a children's choir from St Josephs School in Libertyville… Continue

Posted on June 22, 2008 at 10:30pm — 3 Comments

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At 10:09am on February 13, 2014, Lynne Pope said…

thinking of you especially with the movie out...Philomena

hugs to you...ps I would love to hear from you. you can find my email on wwwteamatthebeach.com or facebook I guess. 

At 4:26pm on June 24, 2008, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
Welcome to one of the neatest places on the net for storytellers.

Good groups to discuss the topics of keen interest to storytellers, business, craft, story structure and more. Join some groups drive a discussion and have some fun, or just read along quietly... upload some audeo files and let us hear you tell. Check out some of the other tellers pages... what a neat group of people.

Welcome, I want you to feel welcome because you are.

Don't be a stranger
Buck
At 9:47am on June 21, 2008, Steve Evans said…
Greetings and welcome to this great site. I hope you find it useful. Would you consider joining the Applied Storytelling: the Power of Story group? We would love to have wisdom and insights added to the discussions and would welcome you starting some of your own! Best wishes to you. STEVE
 
 
 

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