Friday, March 13, 2015

Irish Storyteller -Postcard Friendship Friday #261

My Father loved the Irish and was proud of his own Irish heritage.  He was a natural born storyteller, as is my precious Mumsie.  I remember warm feelings from the days when my siblings and I were small and we would gather around to listen to Daddy spin a tail.  Those are endearing, precious memories which spread comfort through the soul.

Coming from a family of storytellers, I married one.  To his last day, my Beloved lived and breathed drama and storytelling.  I adored his stories.  I didn't realize how much I've missed them until a few weeks ago, when after a rehearsal, a group of us sat around for a little over three hours, laughing and telling stories.  I haven't laughed that hard for a very long time.

We must never forget the importance of stories.  Tell a story today--you never know how precious that story time will be to someone later on.

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