Mrs Lee’s Rose Garden

2 Feb

The Story Teller Almanac

REBLOGGED 2/2/21

This weeks’ episode is called, “Mrs. Lee’s Rose Garden.” It’s one of my shorter podcasts (about 5 minutes long) and presented in the mystery or what I refer to as “…The Rest Of The Story...” format. In other words, ya’ gotta listen to the end to find out just who Mrs. Lee is and why her rose garden is important.

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I’ve been ‘clickin’ the shutter since I was about 16. I morphed into video production when I went to work for The Walt Disney Company many years ago. Currently, I still work for Disney. But my real passion and path is utilizing my photography and multimedia skill sets for the greater good. Translated, anything or anybody that deserves recognition, appreciation or documenting for future history, I’m all over it. Too many important things just slip away in a fast moving, fast paced world / society. ‘If ya’ wanna know where you’re going, ya’ gotta know where ya’ come from’ (Sir Lawrence Olivier – The Jazz Singer 1980). 

If you feel so inclined, I’d sure appreciate you subscribing to Storyteller Almanac on any of the major podcast platforms like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and more. Really helps me grow the po

To contact me for any reason, please click or copy & paste: 

MikeThomasImagery@gmail.com

One Response to “Mrs Lee’s Rose Garden”

  1. Onisha Ellis February 6, 2021 at 7:39 pm #

    I enjoy your history tidbits!

    Like

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