Originally designed to empower adopted and fostered people to record their unique histories, this 90-minute workshop consists of participants working in groups to create a story using visual prompts. The stories are shared with the entire cohort of participants. Then individually each participant creates at least one card (by drawing, tracing, collaging …) that visually illustrates something from the collective story, i.e. a character, the plot, the resolution, a problem along the way. While originally I had only facilitated workshops with adopted and fostered people, the workshops have now been opened up to artists, particularly female-identifying artists and artists who feel marginalized, in order to create sets of divination cards (like Tarot) that reflect not only remembered and imagined pasts, but also; stories that have been passed down in their birth, adopted or chosen families, stories that have been whispered from one woman to another, and imagined futures. I am interested in documenting some of the female family history in a meaningful way.