Mary Medlicott, Storyteller and Author - Storyworks

Storytelling Starters ~ What next?

Sprouts, turnips, carrots, potatoes – the cooking is all getting mixed up with the cards and the delivering of our last local cards is suffering from a profound desire on my part to go to sleep. Meantime, the merriment of Christmas is mixed with a profound sense of sorrow for all the people in our world who have no home and no food. It almost feels wrong to be sending greetings at all – except that remembering friends and all the joy (and sometimes problems) they bring is also essential. So too is preparing and publishing this Saturday’s blog. It comes with my very best wishes to all readers and with great thanks for being my friends in storytelling.

So here below is the Christmas card Paul and I have been sending out on email under the title, Onwards and Upwards. It’s, a photo of ‘Walls & trumpets’, the sculpture by Ofra Zimbalista near Guy’s Hospital.

And if you’d also like to have a laugh by looking at one of the two little presentations I gave at Paul’s recent fundraiser for CRISIS just click 12 Thank you notes of Christmas

4 Responses to “Storytelling Starters ~ What next?”

  1. Meg Says:

    Hi Mary
    I did enjoy hearing you read those Thankyou notes. These past months your weekly posts have been an encouraging read.
    Look forward to more in 2018.
    Best Wishes

  2. Mary Medlicott Says:

    Dear Meg, I’m so glad you enjoyed those Thankyou notes. I always feel very shy of viewing myself doing something like this. The fact that you enjoyed it makes it worthwhile. And it’s such an encouragement, too, that you enjoy the weekly posts. Best wishes for 2018, Mary

  3. Jean Says:

    Dear Mary – Thank you for the card and the reading of the 12 thank you notes – excellently hilarious.
    Thank you also for your weekly blogs – I look forward to reading those – always food for thought and reflection. With lots of love to you and Paul.

  4. Mary Medlicott Says:

    Dear Jean, thanks for your message at the end of December. I love it that you see my blogs as food for thought and reflection. Now, this side of Christmas, I’m trying to deal with the results of too much food going into the stomach! Much love, Mary

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