Greetings Once Again My Family,
Times have been exciting and so many good things are occurring that I don’t even know where to start.
First things first. Thank you all for being on my email list and I will “always” honor and respect that by not inundating you with constant emails.
Here’s some great news. I hit over 1,000 subscribers on YouTube. If you were one of the many who subscribed, thank you. If you haven’t subscribed yet, here’s a link: Subscribe to Baba’s YouTube Channel
By subscribing you help me to be able to continue creating these storytelling videos for all those schools and students who are not able to access the craft any other way.
Special Announcement: I have a group, mostly my family members, that I’m calling my “Street Team.” Whenever I upload a new storytelling video to YouTube, I send them a text message with a link so they can go ahead and click on it and help push my view numbers up. If you’d like to be on my “Street Team,” simply send me an email with your phone number and a resounding, “Put me on the Street Team Baba!” and I’ll make it happen.
I’ve recently completed a few residencies with 4th graders and, as always, it is a painfully sad affair to know that I may not be crossing paths with these young scholars again.
A few weeks ago, I participated in a fundraiser for Ukraine at Vibrant Minds Academy. Aside from the seriousness of the event, it was wonderful meeting and having a chance to talk to people face-to-face. It has been a while since I’ve gathered with that many adults in one space. Oh, did I mention it was outside?
Below are links to some of the newest videos I’ve posted. Enjoy them, subscribe, like, hit the thumbs up, and let me know if there’s a story you’d like to hear me tell.
- Story of The Promise Keeping Mouse
- Origin Story of How Animals Got Their Tails
- A Wisdom Tale: The Cage Bird Freed
- An African Folk Tale: Wine or Water-Water or Wine
I appreciate each and every one of you for accompanying me on this beautiful journey. So, until our paths cross again, “Dooni dooni kononi bé nyaga da.”