Storytelling

Cleaning Up and Common Sense

The Apple Seed
  • Jul 20, 2021
  • 56:50

Stories have been passed down through many generations, and they have been told in a variety of ways. The classic method of storytelling still stands today as we share memories with those around us and tell them of our lives. Eventually, time passes, and those memories get passed down to others as stories to be shared. On this episode, we are excited to share stories that not only invite and encourage us to share our own memories, but also are sharing memories of their own from the tellers that share them. On today's episode, enjoy the following: “Cleaning Out Mama’s House” by Michael Reno Harrell from Hoot and Holler (3:15) The Daily Mix: "Musicals" with Sheila Arnold (17:15) “The Blue Remove” by Anne Rutherford from Living in the Driveway: Stories of Finding Our Place (26:08) “Uncle Cleo” by Kirk Waller from But Why? (38:15) “The Grecian Urn” by Robin Schulte from Jack and the Levitator (46:33)