An Olio of Stories
It's not that I am lazy - - its just that I look for the least complicated way to to something.
Often someone interested in my work asks me to send a DVD to review. Of course I want to respond quickly. Lately it has occurred to me that there must be an easier and cheaper way to do that than making DVDs of videos, packaging them and taking them to the Post Office. So today I have selected a few of my stories from You Tube for an OLIO and placed them on my blog.
Note: I am grateful for my growing collection of videos from my Stories in Time TV show and to Jessica and Bart Robinson who film all the Better Said Than Done events they produce in VA.
This week I have to answer some requests to see my work so its time to try this out. If my plan works - one link will take care of everything.
The videos shown here were filmed at Better Said Than Done events in VA.
Maryland resident and North Carolina native, Septuagenarian Ellouise Schoettler tells original stories from
Mayberry to Capitol Hill that touch hearts and tickle funny bones.
Writing in My Book -
The Tattooed Man - a story I collected in a Bethesda doctor's office.
Mama's Funeral - We heard my mother's story as she wanted it to be.
Good Will Mourning - a love story.
Miss Janie Kilgore - my favorite teacher taught me a lasting lesson.
1942 = My Daddy walked me to school and then left home to go to War.
THE DAY I STARTED THE FIRST GRADE: From Stories in Time, MMCTV