A dear friend in North Dakota sent me this email, this morning:
"I just pushed this out to my data base, blog, fanpage, twitter."
She was part of the original team that believed in "Now That She's Gone."
Would you be willing to send the link to my page on to your theater loving friends?
I was reflecting upon why anyone would want to help get "Now That She's Gone" to Edinburgh.
In many ways, it's like a sharing a book that moved and touched you in some way.
I'll leave you with a quote that I've shortened for "Twitter."
"My mother insisted that I read The Diary of Anne Frank where I first pondered if I would have been brave enough to hide Jews in MY attic. I realized at 10 that there's no rehearsal for courage."
Is there anything to do that you need to create courage?
Have a GREAT day. Love, Ellen
P.S. If you tweet, you can re-tweet this to help me along: Mom insisted I read The Diary of Anne Frank. I realized at 10 there's no rehearsal for courage — http://t.co/x5PZNVk via @kickstarter