Looking ahead to the coming week where I have three performances of Ready to Serve I stopped by the local Chapter Meeting Place of the American Legion where they had paper poppies waiting for me. I will be giving these out to those who come to hear the story as a remembrance of those who served in WWI.
Monday May 15, 2017
This small bed of delicate Iris made me feel happy as I approached Holiday Park Senior Center where I would be telling Ready to Serve. Glad to report that the audience loved it and there were many surprises - -
a nurse who served in the Air Force for 8 years, and commented about the how during the Viet Nam plastic surgery repairs for were performed on damaged faces,
a woman I had not seen for 4 years who always came to my stories reminded me that she met Jim at one of my early tellings at Strathmore Hall.
and during the Q and A - an octogenarian who told the audience she learned about WWI when she was working for the U.S. Air Force in Germany during the 1950s where she taught herself about WWI and then led tours of the WWl Battlefields from Verdun to many more. Even stranger, her name is Eloise - can you believe it. She lives close by and I am looking forward to coffee with her.
It was a lovely day.
Tuesday May 16, 2017
Today I am concentrating on The Capital Fringe and other things having to do with storytelling business like
preparing marketing and making plans for the next two months.
Looking forward to this on Saturday May 20, 2017