Christine Gentry’s tough, Texan, Vietnam-vet father was never effusive, and often silent and hard. But through their shared fascination with animals, Christine learned some of the most important and hilarious life lessons. She shares her touching family tale for The Story Collider, live at Union Hall in Brooklyn, NY.
[Contains explicit content] Christine Gentry performs a lighthearted but touching story about the various lessons her father taught her through their interactions with animals. Told before a live audience for The Story Collider, live at Union Hall in Brooklyn, NY on September 2, 2012.
©2012 Christine Gentry (P)2014 The Story Collider
Welcome to our group Dakota; welcome to my life Summer, you've made it so much better. Give back to our wounded warriors who gave so much.
A short but extremely sweet monologue from a woman relating brief snatches from her childhood and the lessons she learned from her father. Growing up with limited financial means her father shared instead pieces of himself. As a girl who grew up practically without a father I found myself envying the author for the time and attention she got with hers. Though the tone is mostly humorous you feel the closeness of their relationship; I'd give it ten stars if I could.
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