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Free Stories-Alive! series: Riiibbitt! Ed and Jason! (Standing ovation!!!)

My beloved friends,

The story of Riiibbitt! Ed and Jason! was shared last month.  Due to some special circumstances, this special story was not publicised until now.  As a bonus, I will share the highlights of Riiibbitt! Ed and Jason! here.

Riiibbitt! Ed and Jason! is about two frogs living in Singapore.  Ed lives in East Coast Park, and Jason lives in Jurong.  The two frogs did some things in which I had the pleasure of enlisting Alex and Hijazi to demonstrate This led to the moral of this story, which is we all have our blind spots, and we need someone to point it out to us.  How can we do this?  We ASK!   I concluded with asking my attentive audience for their help in which they gave a STANDING OVATION!

The details were as follows:

  • Title: Riiibbitt! Ed and Jason!
  • Venue: Toastmasters International, District 80, Division 2, Area S1 Humourous Speech and Evaluation Contests, Cheng San Community Club, Singapore
  • Date: 20 September 2008
  • Time: 2-5pm

A very big thank you to my wonderful audience!

With love,
Pei Shan

October 6, 2008   1 Comment

Free Stories-Alive! series: Shan’s sharing! The three sillies!

My beloved friends,

Following SHAN, no matter what in my highly successful free Positive Psychology series, I invite you to my next speech series – Stories Alive!

Be enchanted and transported into my world of stories to enrich your soul and lighten your heart!

I invite you to the first of my Stories-Alive! series in Singapore. Details as follows:

  • Title: Shan’s sharing! The three sillies!
  • Venue: Braddell Heights Advanced Toastmasters, Braddell Heights Community Club, Singapore
  • Date: 23 June 2008
  • Time: 7-10pm

I look forward to seeing you there!

With love,
Pei Shan

PS. My apologies for posting this a day late. Shan’s sharing! The three sillies! was resoundingly received! It could not have been done without my wonderful audience!

The moral of Shan’s sharing! The three sillies! is to take comfort that no matter what we do, there are always others who fare worse off than us. In short, let us look on the bright side of things and enjoy each and every of life’s passing moments!

The tentative schedule for Stories-Alive! is once every two months.

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June 24, 2008   1 Comment