The second section is titled, "Wisdomtales", and contains a number of interesting sub-sections. The first includes an article written by Elisa titled, "Wisdom Tales as Our Teachers," which includes suggestions for deepening our connection to the tales. There is a bibliography of world wisdom tale collections which I will update regularly with additions from readers and my own research. There is a section called, "A Story A Month". My plan is to base the story on a theme, to offer suggestions for deepening our connection to the story connection to the ideas in the stories, and for sharing it with others. I will also offer readers the opportunity to share their stories and insights related to the story and theme. Reader suggestions for related stories can be found in an adjacent section. My favorite section is called, "Ask TellMeAnuda". This section premiers the birth of TellMeAnuda, the Stand-up Cosmic. TellMeAnutha answers your burning life questions through stories gathered through her many lifetimes. I hope that you will visit this site and send your questions too. I hope you enjoy my site. It was created in two parts. The second part being on a wonderful new very user-friendly web design tool called Trellix Web. Ed Hovestadt, my husband is my web Master.
Elisa also has a Masters Degree in Counseling, and is currently working toward licensure. She loves to guide others in telling their stories; finding healing and meaning in the process. She has a special interest in helping individuals and families to remember, treasure and share personal and family stories.
"Ms. Pearmain is a gifted storyteller!"
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capabilities. She was superb!"
"I was very pleased with Elisa's Storytelling Residency. We were all
amazed at how well the student's skills developed."
"Your Halloween Tales from Around the World were perfect for our diverse
middle school population. The students talked about the stories long after."
"You made me think twice about what I say to people, and the way I look at
them; their race, religion, size-everything."
"Your storytelling program was spellbinding...Your Trunkful of Tales workshop
was a librarians dream come true."