Saturday, July 07, 2007

HELP! HELP!

no....I haven't fallen.....and yes I can get up. But, I still need some assistance. Seems I've been telling all that I'm gonna do a show at the Rogue.....so do I must.

But what am I gonna do!?!?!?!?!? Can't seem to convince either Steve or Marcel to write me something fab -- both seem to think I've got my own story to tell.

Actually, Marcel has a great idea for me -- but I think it'll have to wait till the following year -- more on that later.

So, I've gone back over my blog, found some of my favorite stories -- okay, fine, quite a few of my stories! Please go over HERE and read some of them, and let me know which ones YOU like. Then I may be able to weave them into some sense of a show worthy of the Rogue.....

9 comments:

lecram sinun said...

Who is this Marcel character? Sounds like a real dick!

gameguy said...

I say go with the skydiving accident story but tell it backwards with the accident at the end. Lecram should be good at writing backwards, all things considered.

KFarmer said...

I'd be hard pressed to figure which one to pick- they are all great stories. The one that really had me cracking up was the stories about your brother Jeff though :)

lime said...

i can't even begin to pick....i could see the ones about crying at chrustams being very good for oral storytelling. but really all of them are good.

scarysquirrelman said...

having your brother scare you as often as possible when you were young could tie into why you were so fearless as an adult and why you were so protective of your daughter.

b o o said...

i can't read against that ghastly violet/pink background :-]

KaMotion said...

how about choosing a story that you like to tell since you will be telling it over and over and over again. It's more important that you are having fun. The audience is there to join you for the ride. If you are uncomfortable, they will be uncomfortable. If you are having fun, they will be having fun.

kien lim said...

Well, what you wanna tell? Best of luck, Kien

Lelly said...

Even before I checked the link your skydiving story was in immediately in my mind...I've never forgotten it...though I love ALL your stories!