Welcome to Day 5 of our Donald Davis inspired Storytelling week. I hope you have enjoyed learning about story as much as me!
Naturally, all of our memories are different, but it’s important when you tell (and I’m going to insert scrapbook here) a story that if the people in the story were to hear or read it, they would be happy with the way in which you tell it. They don’t have to agree with the way you tell the story, but it is your responsibility to make sure that they aren’t misrepresented. You can document difficult and challenging aspects of life—and you can and should strive to report them in a way that is not harmful or hurtful to others.
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This is a hard one for me. While my core family is pretty much on the same page my extended family has a very different view of life and is rather vocal about it. The end result is that I am often afraid to write anything but the facts.
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