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Gin Ferrara
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Taking our monthly media fast this week. Learn more about why and how we do it (even with a kiddo!) in this video: https://youtu.be/ILLi_aWlq3k
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#TBT to the early days of #WidgetsLanding, and the catchy recruitment poster. #StoryADay
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This month's STVT is hosted by Colin Ryan, who gives us these new challenges:

1. Tell us a story that features the line HOW DID I GET HERE?

2, Tell us a story about a time you channeled Mother Theresa, and either made a difference or came up wildly short.

These challenges are optional, but we ask you to follow the guidelines below:

A. Stories are true, and happened to you.
B. Stories are 5-7 minutes.
C. Stories are told with preparation, but not rehearsal (no notes, stand-up routines, or recitations, please).

See you there!
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The residents of #widgetslanding  traveled from many places to be here. #storyaday
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It's Media Free Week again! See you on the flip side.
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Working out the relationships and genders of #WidgetsLanding. Toys are complicated. #StoryADay
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Last night I drew my first attempt at the Nasal, the Widget's suggestion for alien, or possibly indigenous life on Jupiter 2. It's surprisingly hard to draw a nose with feet. What do you do to keep the nostrils out of the dirt? #StoryADay
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Our April STVT brings back guest host Carrie Shamel, with some challenges to make us ponder the people and choices in our lives:

1. One Door Closes, Another Opens - stories about endings, and beginnings
2. A Lid for Every Pot - stories about the people who "get" us

These challenges are optional, but we ask you to follow the guidelines below:

A. Stories are true, and happened to you.
B. Stories are 5-7 minutes.
C. Stories are told with preparation, but not rehearsal (no notes, stand-up routines, or recitations, please).

If you wish to tell a story, sign up by replying to this post "SIGN ME UP!" 

See you there!
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