Thanks again Sheila, for welcoming me in. It was such a stroke of luck to meet you, not the least because I had such a nice time listening to your stories. Hope to keep in touch and perhaps cross paths in Singapore one day!
I understand that you have done a "storytelling exchange" in Britain. can you please tell me how that was arranged, the mechanics of it, and how it worked? Glenna and i are interested and are in communication with a British teller who also is interested.
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Yes Sheila. Just a shame we never had a chance to speak more. Hopefully we can change that next year. I am thrilled you had a great time here. We are very lucky to have Donald and the centre. Would be great to have you back again and also to have the opportunity to hear you live.
Hi Sheila, Thank you. After much thought I have decided to focus on Indigenous storytelling. I am connected and work in the Aboriginal community and know a few Elders who are great storytellers or who have cultural sharing to offer. Start small and grow from there. My stuff always goes on Vic Guild's blog. I have to keep up with this ring too. Cheers, Cindy-Lee
So nice to hear from you. Yes, I think of Singapore often and wonder how I can sing for my supper and return some day. Probably will. Margaret Read MacDonald and I will be working together in a few weeks in Spain. I'll tell her I heard from you.
oh,, i didn't know that Kiran had moved - and so far away! i'm sure you do miss her! i din't manage to see the Blue Mountains when we were in Oz storytelling - i understand they are gorgeous! i hope you get to visit.
all the best,
i stumbled upon this only by accident or i might have signed up sooner. i don't know much about these "friend" web communities, but am willing to give this one a try.
How are you? it's nice tobe in touch.