My grand daughter Layla never wants me to read her a bed time story. She much prefers me to tell her a made up one. I often surprise myself at the end of a successful story: "Wao! where did that come from?" and think that maybe I should write some of them down. But then I realise that what Layla loves most about my stories is the spontaneity of the bits that cannot be written down: timing, acting body language.
by StricktlyDating8 years ago
What do you do when you realise you love him more than he loves you?
by Shauna L Bowling3 years ago
I know this question is discriminatory, but how would you Hubber moms like to spend Mothers Day?I've just texted my son (I know, it sounds cold, but he's at work) and told him I'd like to go out for breakfast or brunch,...
by Dan Harmon5 years ago
A true tale that could have ended in tragedy. Told to me by the woman that experienced it, a woman that I've known for most of my life. If you have small children, please read and take note.Grandma left on a...
by kmackey327 years ago
My granddaughter, Brionna Levines benefit is tonight and they want me to say a speech... omg
by backporchstories5 years ago
Do you believe rocks can talk.In the Native American beliefs, everything is alive. The trees, the plants, dirt and even rocks are said to speak. Rocks are the oldest forms on earth. I often wonder what...
by Patricia Scott5 years ago
If you tell stories from your past, are they true?When you tell a story from your past, do you spice it up a little to make it sound better actually twisitng the truth to some degree? If so, is there still value in the...
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