Saturday, July 23, 2005

Fact or fiction?

Some people ask me if my stories are really true.
What can I say? You don't need a damn licence to tell people what they want to hear. Most of the time I only add a little salt and pepper. Other times you need to bend a meat pie into a Sunday roast spectacular!

All of these stories happened to me or my friends. Of course, the tales that involve super powers may have occurred in my dreams. But for the most part these are factual events.

I believe one of the best things you can do for your children is to tell them stories - about you, your past, your family, your history. Kids love a funny story - so add some giggles. The most important thing you have to keep you alive are your children. By telling stories you are preserving you and your heritage. Pass the tales on. Don't let them be forgotten.

4 comments:

McHills said...

I wonder why no one has ever left a little comment on this one, eh?

It's so deep and meaningful and stuff.

Oh, well. Here's a comment to start everyone off.

M xx

PS: I've left two comments in one day. What do you reckon about that, Jimmy Trinket?

McHills said...

I wonder why no one has ever left a little comment on this one, eh?

It's so deep and meaningful and stuff.

Oh, well. Here's a comment to start everyone off.

M xx

PS: I've left two comments in one day. What do you reckon about that, Jimmy Trinket?

McHills said...

I wonder why no one has ever left a little comment on this one, eh?

It's so deep and meaningful and stuff.

Oh, well. Here's a comment to start everyone off.

M xx

PS: I've left two comments in one day. What do you reckon about that, Jimmy Trinket?

McHills said...

Oops! Not too sure what happened there. My first comment came out three times.

Looks impressive, though. Four comments on this one, now.

No need to thank me... ;)

M xx