I know storytelling has received less of your attention lately, but hope all is going well in FL. You still have Dearborn on your location, I see, so maybe that means you'll at least visit here occasionally. If so, please give me a Heads Up and maybe we can get together. Here or there, I hope today goes exactly as you want your special day to go!!
Just looked once again at your photos. Loved the woodland scenes. There's 1 of a stream that looks exactly like a painting I fell in love with & wish there were reprints available. It was from a traveling exhibit that came to the Detroit Institute of Arts. I wrote the museum that loaned it & was told no reprints had been made. Guess I'll have to ask you to send me a copy. If that's not possible, I'll have to settle for a pilgrimage here, but I'd really love to reprint it.
Thanks for posting it.
Hey my friend!
In looking you up I just noticed your profile still lists you as here in Dearborn, MI. Dunno if that means you're not ready to completely make the break or not.
There has been a recent influx of Floridians on Professional Storyteller. You might try looking at my comments in the Forum & then try a pair of searches to help you find contacts in your new home area.
Blessings & the best of good wishes to you!!!
Hi there. Andalucia is a wonderful place if you can get out here. The spring months are the best.....April May june.....the weather is lovely and the countryside is awash with wild flowers. Nor been to Seville but I would suggest Malaga, Cordoba and Granada but there are plenty of other wonderful places to discover. Aim to spend quality time here, it is worth it.
Saying that, I am planning to go back to live in the UK for a few years!!
Adios mi amigo.
Hello Rob, Thanks for your pronunciation comment on 'Celtic Storytellers' . The following website might be useful as a start. http://www.mythome.org/celticnames.html
I'll put a few more links on the page as I am sure there are others who have difficulties with Celtic pronunications and might find some guides useful.
Hi Rob! I'm new to this site, so I'm not fully sure how it works yet. I hope you can make it to Northlands. It's always a great conference. It would be wonderful to meet you at long last and have a mythchat over some tea!
It was great to see you at the NSN conference. One of the downpoints of the conference was too many wonderful people and not enough time. I'm glad we were able to touch bases and I look forward to a time where we can talk over coffee and ignore the clock. Rivka
Greetings, Rob. In reading your profile, I see that you wrote: "I also write my own performance pieces focusing on politics and gender issues." Won't you consider joining the group Applied Storytelling: the Power of Story. I know we could learn and benefit from your knowlwedge and experience as you participate in the discussions. It would especailly be great for you to add topics of your own. Thanks for considering it. All the best to you! STEVE
You may never really explore your home state until after you leave it. It's been that way with me. Never the less-there is always something special about home-no matter how deep the snow or hot the sun.
I'm including the Louie story in my show LABOR DAZE debuting at the Orlando Fringe May 2008 and Capital Fringe July 2008. (And my Louie story is a lighter tale.)