Storytelling is where we intentionally or unintentionally go to learn new things. It is then by enacting what we wish to understand, by physically engaging in it, that causes the knowledge these moments bring to become a part of us.
I have always been interested in the connection between emotional memory and a theatre experience. Why can it at times tap into a part of oneself more than music? Yes, I dared to share that, MORE than music. My parents first took me to the theatre when I was 3 years old to see RodgersContinue reading “To Change the Landscape”
By now you have read two TimeSlips stories, but I have mentioned little about what it is and how it is used. TimeSlips, as described by their website, states, “TimeSlips offers an elegantly simple revolution in elder care by infusing creativity into care relationships and systems…TimeSlips provides hope and improves well-being through creativity and meaningfulContinue reading “TimeSlips: More than Storytelling”
A TimeSlips Story shared with permission. EAA EAA many years ago Allie Margaret and her pet monkey Almond attended EAA. She was scheduled to fly on the wings of the plane during the air show. Her plane was navy and gray, her hat purple. We think she was crazy and very braveContinue reading “Sunday’s Story – EAA”
A TimeSlips story shared with permission. A Sunny Day, History of a Man, Man is Not Alone. Zero Henry Amos, is going for a walk through the gardens to church, then to the bank to deposit money. He is coming from a nursing home/home out in the county. It is a beautiful, sunny, brightContinue reading “Sunday’s Story-A Sunny Day, History of a Man, Man is Not Alone”