Drift with Erin Davis
About Drift with Erin Davis
Drift is that special and sacred place where you can truly relax and be at one with both your pillow and your imagination. Each Drift story begins with a few moments of relaxation and breathing. Then, when the magic of the story has been woven into your sleepy soul, a few minutes of soothing waves will help you to drift off...to sweet dreams. Drift is made possible by enVypillow.com. Use the promo code Drift for 10% off all purchases. Drift is presented by SierraSil.com, where you can get 10% off any online purchase by using the promo code Drift.
There's more than one version of the Cinderella story, and this one comes from Celtic folklore. In it, a young girl named Trembling is picked on mercilessly by her sisters. Fortunately, help comes in the form of a henwife (a what?) who helps this Cinderella alter her fate with ending after ending! Enjoy.
Lesser known than many of their other tales, this is the Brothers Grimm story of six boys who are changed into birds, and whose younger sister makes a difficult vow to break their spell. Will she be able to do so, before meeting a dark fate herself? Well, Drift does promise you sweet dreams....
When asked if he'd ever write his life story, Hans Christian Andersen said that this tale was it. With that in mind, I shaped this popular classic for Drift, while staying loyal to its theme of rejection and unrequited love, balanced with our need for family and a sense of belonging.
What a joy it is to bring you the words of A.A. Milne in stories he wrote for his son. And in this third podcast rendering of Mr. Milne's creation, Pooh and his best pal (other than Christopher Robin) have an adventure, but one mild enough that I can promise you sweet dreams and just the chance of a woozle sighting.
A young boy's legendary rise from crushing poverty to London's highest office combines fact, folklore and a fearless feline heroine. It's a “Man's Best Friend” story, if a clever cat wrote it, instead of just knocking the pen off the desk...again and again.
Some say this truly beautiful tale is actually a story that Hans Christian Andersen wrote about his love for an opera singer – a love that was never returned to him. Listen to the gentle story of a bird who enchants a kingdom, until a replica comes and takes her place...for a time.
From the man often called the Father of the Fairy Tale, this little-known story written by Charles Perrault is about a hard done-by young woman who is bestowed with a most unusual gift. But when her sister tries to go to the well and win her own...let's say she gets her due!