Cynthia Freese

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A Washington native, Cynthia Freese was the co-founder of Evergreen Events Inc, which was dedicated to the enrichment of the games industry through innovative, high-quality conferences that were both informative as well as connective. While running Evergreen Events Inc, Cynthia had a strong commitment to enrich the community where she did business. She also organized educational programs that encourage children to have a strong interest in advanced technology and video game industry. A dynamic net-worker who loves meeting people and helping others, she exemplifies the mission of making connections happen. A mother of three, she is an army veteran, entrepreneur, artist, and storyteller who believes in sharing and giving back to her community. In her spare time Cynthia prefers to spend her time outdoors and has recently taken up the art of dancing with lights for her photographer friends to photograph. Cynthia currently serves on the Issaquah Art Commission.

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Laughter & My Naked Left Breast

Cynthia Freese, May 27

I am thankful for friends who can make me laugh when I am stressed.

I am thankful for friends who can make me laugh when I am stressed.

Lessons In Being Submissive

Cynthia Freese, Feb 02 2020

"It started around third grade. He would sneak into our house when we were not at home..." Read on for more

"It started around third grade. He would sneak into our house when we were not at home..." Read on for more

The Sidewalk Experiment

Cynthia Freese, Jan 12 2020

I don't recommend trying this experiment to the extent that I did,as it was long ago and not very well thought out. A few days ago it was a Facebook post that brought this memory back from the deep dark closet of my mind. Without thinking I instantly commented on a  post and then we ended up continuing the conversation offline with the moderator of the post.  I often forget that when I comment on a post the whole world can see what I wrote. That is how it someone from Tickle.Life saw the conversation and asked me how I came up with this experiment. I was honest and shared that  back in those days I didn’t often think things through very well and I would do things and then suffer the consequences later. I was then asked if I would be willing to  share my experiment. A bit of background on  how the experiment came to be.  I was taking a 6 credit Art / Sociology class, in the class we had month-long debate style conversations on a variety of  topics: Are people more good or ba

I don't recommend trying this experiment to the extent that I did,as it was long ago and not very well thought out. A few days ago it was a Facebook post that brought this memory back from the deep dark closet of my mind. Without thinking I instantly commented on a  post and then we ended up continuing the conversation offline with the moderator of the post.  I often forget that when I comment on a post the whole world can see what I wrote. That is how it someone from Tickle.Life saw the conversation and asked me how I came up with this experiment. I was honest and shared that  back in those days I didn’t often think things through very well and I would do things and then suffer the consequences later. I was then asked if I would be willing to  share my experiment. A bit of background on  how the experiment came to be.  I was taking a 6 credit Art / Sociology class, in the class we had month-long debate style conversations on a variety of  topics: Are people more good or ba