Rambunctious Relatives
  • Mar 29, 2017 5:00 pm
  • 58:11 mins

Anybody with a sibling knows that the family dinner table can be a real knock-down-drag-out, and that bedtime is dog-eat-dog world. Often, the people we love the very most are the ones that know best how to push our buttons and vice versa. There are many ways to be a family and a little chaos can help us come closer with the ones we love. Is Not Is Too (Generate http:/www.byuradio.org/episode/36007309-58e3-41b0-b3e8-de4a4b0e2109?playhead=75&autoplay=true)A song about the one of the tales as old as time: sibling rivalry. Learn more about Bill Harley by visiting www.billharley.com The Healy Cross Stubbornness can sometimes be hereditary. Find more of Yvonne Healy's work by visiting www.yhealy.com Roots and Raccoons When storyteller Molly Catron worries that her rock n' roll granddaughter might not fit in with their extended country relatives, she learns that blood really is thicker than water. Learn more about Molly Catron's work by visiting www.mollywcatron.com Uncle Charnel and Aunt Versa A story about some of Bruce Walker's more eccentric relatives: god-fearing and yet definitely forces to be reckoned with themselves. Visit www.brucestoryteller.com to learn more about Bruce Walker. Why It Rains In this story from Kirk Waller's album, "But Why?", Brother Land and Sister Water argue and then work together to feed the hungry people of the earth. Learn more about Kirk Waller by visiting www.kirkwaller.com Brother Sun, Brother Moon and the Pretty Girl Another family story of celestial bodies, fear, and fraternity. Learn more about Michael Katz by visiting www.storytellermichael.com

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