Just for Laughs
  • Apr 15, 2020 1:00 am
  • 57:27 mins

Throughout our lives we often meet people that change us in some way. Whether that be in a way that opens our minds to new possibilities, or simply gives us good memories to look back on, we all influence each other, and we are all influenced by each other. Family in that respect is often very influential and can change not only memories but also lives in the process. In this episode we will see examples of some of the influential people and stories from one’s life, and how these stories continue to influence generations that follow. There is often no set way to enjoy life, but family is often a good start. On today’s episode, enjoy the following: Story Kickoff: “Laughing Night” by Charlotte Blake-Alston in Timp 2017  (12:59) Story Spotlight: “Gregory’s Story” by Judith Black in Oops Ma! (11:01) Daily Mix: Richie Steadman discusses “The Story Pirates Podcast” Storytime:  “Grandma’s Riddle” by Motoko in Like a Lotus Flower (1:29)   “The Tale of Twelve Animals” by Motoko in Tales of Now & Zen (15:51)