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Cynthia Harbottle
Honolulu
Make Me Laugh please!
Interests: Everything in the whole Wide World!
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It's not four it's ofuro! Stupid auto-correct!
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Joyce your truth is your truth and I will support you to tell your truth! My truth doesn't always coincide with everyone else's but I say;"Ce La Vie"! Most times I come away with a skewed view of an event which usually gets me in hot water. Come on in the four is great!
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Eva, I just loved your stories! Every time you got up I couldn't wait to hear what you had picked to tell us. I noticed that you were becoming much more trusting and polished every time it was your turn to tell. What a joy you are to listen to your stories! Thank you so much for your trust and sharing!
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Paul your stories were so wonderful! I so enjoyed your vulnerability in the stories and did share and empathize with you. You were able to convey feelings that we have all felt and now feel closer to knowing you so much better. Thank you so much! I also went by a shop selling fanny packs and actually stopped in to see if they had any red ones. 😁
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Paul you have been a blessing! I could not have learned as much as I did about your life and you I think if your friend had been in class. Without her you were left vulnerable and had to use your own devices to get through this class and tell us about you. Thank you so much for your wonderful stories!
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I loved our time, stories and the magic that happened in our class! Thank you and Paul for adding so much to the class! I so thoroughly enjoyed your stories and watching you grow as Storytellers! Your joint story was the BOMB! I will miss you next semester but I hope we can all find time to get together next year? Thank you so much!
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David, truly enjoyed class with you! This story had me in stitches and also at the edge of my seat. Your stories are so well thought out and flow so nicely. I hope someday that my stories sound as polished as yours. Our class had a certain magic to it. That, I think made for better stortellers and a willingness to share and take more risks. Thank you for sharing your talent...
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Mario, you represent Well! Thank God for the Stacys of the world. A good friend of mine always told me if you have time to feel sorry or depressed for yourself, you have too much time on your hands and better get busy doing something! I remember this quote to this day!
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Mark, it so difficult to let go of memories and especially pictures that have memories and stories attached to them. I wish there was some storage locker that we could scan our pictures and memories and they would live on forever. It's difficult to let these go because they were so IMPORTANT to us...but sadly unless we are important to someone else they will go by the wayside. My parents have videos made of them and hopefully some day my Great, Great, Great (insert a relative) will want to watch them.
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Marilee, I think you should become a SNOWBIRD! There, Problem solved.
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OMG! This was so Deep! My biggest worry is that my audience will not be able to cypher out what I'm trying to tell them to entertain them. I guess you would look at the Pathos of the Story? I think that the feelings we take away from the story are the most powerful. At least I know this to be my TRUTH!
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Sally boy does this give me an insight into who you truly are...a Storyteller but also very much a creative perfectionist! You tell so well but you are wanting to keep coming back to perfect your craft and also to motivate you! What I guess that you haven't grasped is that you are Wonderful! You have masterfully woven stories that not only entertain but give us all a look at the person inside! I love that you share who you are through your stories; otherwise I think I would never get a Glimpse of the real Sally! Thank you.
Toggle Commented Oct 10, 2018 on Back Again by Sally Borg at Tell Me Something Good
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Dee, you seem so at ease on stage. You tell stories as if you've been telling for years and we just happened to drop in on a night you were telling! So happy you are in a class with so many wonderful tellers. I think when you are with this kind of talent it makes all of us have to UP our Game! The Bar is set high and everyone tries very hard to stay to up there! Kudos to you and the rest.
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Sep 28, 2018