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3 Billion Women. “I like your hat. Do you like mine?”
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Soooo many stories waiting to be told. Tell me a story. A Tidbit. A trifle. What unique anecdote do you want remembered about a significant woman in your life?

“If you could tell just one small story that would capture ‘her’ character and keep her spirit alive for future generations, what would it be?”

If you read my guide book you might remember when I fell into Dr. Seuss syndrome with, “I welcome you to come along with me on a journey of discovery. As has often been said, you’ll slip and you’ll slide on emotions that erupt from deep places. You’ll meet extraordinary characters who dwell in curious locations. Just imagine getting to know interesting folks disguised as yourself.In the rich recesses of mind, you’ll scavenge and hunt for clues of all kinds. And for pieces that fit, through mysterious puzzles you’ll sift and you’ll sort ‘til understanding you’ll get. You may change your perceptions as you solve and you stew, but I promise, by the time your tale is through, you’ll be wiser by far and more than a few.”

There’s still some room in my class starting this Sunday, Nov 1st, from 2-5pm at Book Passage in Corte Madera (second half of the class is Nov 8th, 2-5 pm). If you take my Tap Memory & Write Memoir: Give the Gift of Story workshop, I guarantee you’ll be glad you did.

We look at the good, the bad, and the ugly, because that's life. 

Men make it even more interesting, so please join us!


The Cat in the Hat, aka The Story Woman™

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I love that quote

Hi Lynn,
What you say is so true, clues, puzzles, and curious characters, and even the way we disguise ourselves. Memoir invites so many angles of vision.
I hope you enjoy teaching your class at Book Passage this weekend!
Great seeing you at the Redwood Writers Conference last week.

Linda Joy

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Locating memories is always

Locating memories is always interesting. Glad you like my rhyme - some people don't quite get it. You would, of course.