Mary has won a scholarship to the prestigious Story Summit in October, 2020. Still, Mary needs help with raising the remaining tuition. Please help Mary realize her potential.
My name is Mary Wiebe and I want to ask you to donate to my Fundly account so that I can attend The Cape Cod Story Summit. It has always been my heart's desire to share my story of raising four children with Tourette's Syndrome. I found that there wasn't a large amount of information on the disorder when my first son was born, and as each child was diagnosed, most of what I learned came from observation.
I have a strong faith in God and in my relationship with Jesus. If it hadn't been for them I wouldn't be sitting here right now writing this. Over the past 34 years I have had to write intermittently due to many appointments, school meetings, and hospitalizations. It has only been since 2014 that I have had the opportunity to really get busy.
I am in the process of writing my memoir, I have written and published a chapbook of poetry and short stories, and I have had a poem published in an anthology of poems entitled "Caitlin's Hands."
Last year I had the priviledge of attending the Rocaberti's Writing Retreat in France for a Screenplay I had written. It was there that I had the opportunity to meet David Paul Kirkpatrick and Deb Engel. And through them I heard aboud the Cape Cod Summit.
I am very excited to attend because God led me to France to meet Deb, and she is now my mentor on my memoir. I feel the same pull toward attending The Summit.
I grealy appreciate your time and consideration, and I am humbled for your generosity by giving to a complete stranger. May God bless you for helping me.
Mary K. Wiebe
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