“A priest, nun, and rabbi walk into a bar…” (A true story)

I’m learning how to speak in front of crowds again. This reading from Confessions of a Prodigal Daughter is through Northern Colorado Writers. I always read live from Confessions because I figure the audience will respond better to stories about my family’s quirks and that time my friends and I – a priest, a nun, and a wannabe rabbi – all went into a bar this one time just so we could say we did, as opposed to my darker stories about rape and spiritual abuse.

Anyway, enjoy!

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About Beth Caplin

Just an author, blogger, and editor working hard so my cats can have a better life.
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4 Responses to “A priest, nun, and rabbi walk into a bar…” (A true story)

  1. Lydia Thomas says:

    You did a great job! On another note, I really need to read ‘Confessions’…

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  2. lovessiamese says:

    Well said, my friend. I once heard it said, (actually, probably more than once) that the only certain thing in life is death. Everything else is changeable. And nobody has all the answers. So we write to explore, and offer perspective.

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