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Sara Ransom
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  • Durango, CO
  • United States
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At 8:28pm on September 3, 2008, Conrad Bladey No award winning teller,, Peasant, National Award winning Cartist and talker said…
You can find the books here....
note that we take checks and paypal....also on amazon but they charge too much...
Thanks for the comment.

At 7:47pm on July 30, 2008, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
I am healing... slowly. I love Durango, Colorado... Check out my story on my page... "four things Dad gave me"

At 3:20pm on July 29, 2008, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
Si pochito español. Not much though... when I was younger... I spoke a lot more... but most of it you couldn't use in nice company. I have managed to be more selective in my language usage and vocabulary choices.

Don't be a stranger

Are you going to Gatlinburg for the Conference? It is sure to be a good one.

At 10:41am on July 26, 2008, Ramona King said…
Greetings, Sara:

It's been a while. We met each other a few years ago in Farmington, NM. You were performing then. I still have your e-mail on touring through the humanities council. Just launched my first original one-woman show a years ago and again this year at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Good to see you on the network. Good luck in Mexico!
At 11:36pm on April 28, 2008, Tom Taylor said…
Hello, Sara, and Welcome!

Very nice website you have, Sara - congrats on both the design and the content.

This is an awesome site, as well - I'm sure you can find your way around this place, but if I may be of any assistance with it, please drop me a line.

I'd love to hear some of the tales told connecting your Grandfather and father to you - and storytelling....what a cool position to find yourself in (or, 'in which to find yourself,' if the grammar cops are still up and prowling).

Delighted to have you with us - looking forward to hearing from you online as you become more active on PS.ning . . . . Wishing you continued fulfillment and success and, again, my warm wishes and Welcome to you!


Tom Taylor - Deep in the Heart of Texas
At 5:11pm on April 28, 2008, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
Doy gracias a Senor por poder esta aqui. Enchilada, taco and Mexico City... that's all the Spanish I got... ha ha
At 5:10pm on April 28, 2008, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
Hello Sara

I am so glad that you are here. I am hoping that you will jump right in and make yourself useful in the groups and forums... learn teach ... write theory... but have a ball. Check out the cool videos... load audio files of yourself telling stories... so we can hear you on your page and add some photos too. Great stuff have fun

At 3:29pm on April 28, 2008, Sara Ransom said…
To whoever stops by, this is Sara Ransom myself writing the first comment the moment, I´m deep in Mexico, living in a little fishing village along the vast west coast. Hablamos en espanol... No tenemos electricidad... So it will be awhile before I fancy up my page. (again, please drop by "") Nice to be aboard.



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