• May 14, 2020 1:00 am
  • 55:53 mins

Finding things comes in all sorts of different ways; finding answers, finding love, finding memories and ambitions as well as humor and friendship. We are all on the search for different things and this means different things for different people. For some we can find new places to visit or places to create new memories. For others it means getting to find people and new friends. Finding and exploring ourselves and life in general is one of life’s great rewards, and even in moments like this when we aren’t always able to explore a lot of nature, we are still able to explore ourselves and things we can access. Adventure can be found around every corner, if only we take a step to look.  On today’s episode, enjoy the following: Story Kickoff: “Suki” by Leeny Del Seamonds on Cello Tales (12:03) Story Spotlight: “Winston and the Wide Mouth Frog” by Glenda Bonin on Winston and the Wide Mouth Frog (8:54) Storytime: “The Gypsey Wagon” by Dan Keding on The Gypsey Wagons and other Neighborhood Tales (5:00) “Canadian Love” by Colton Prete on Commissioned Stories (3:52) “Brian, Who Loves Watermelon” by Joel Ben Izzy on How I Learned to Love Liver (9:46) “Brian, Who Hates Watermelon” by Joel Ben Izzy on How I Learned to Love Liver (5:52) Storyteller Spotlight: Glenda Bonin