to expose me – my voice

I wrote in my post ‘to expose me‘, the following –

Now over 8 months later I have realized fellow bloggers are supportive of me and have welcomed me with open arms and appreciate my writings.  Because of this I decided to expose myself, my identity, to you my fellow bloggers.  But a course I am not doing it all in one post, I still have 3 months to write a post a day.

So I will write a series of posts to expose me – my identity to you and the blogger world.

In today’s post I write the following –

In past years I have documented my thoughts at different times throughout my life by writing them down and by voice recording.  For no particular reason, I usually did not continue the documentation; but these documented thoughts are fragments of my life, that are being brought together here on my blog.  Back in 2009, I made a voice recording where I speak about where I am in my life at that time.  I have a need to write a book, to write about my life, my struggles from years ago and those that continue to exist today.

Here is an excerpt from that voice recording from 2009, several months after my 49th birthday.  This voice recording is part of my ‘to expose me’ series; this is me – my voice –

31 thoughts on “to expose me – my voice

    • Oh Catherine, trust me, my voice sounds worst than that. That was early morning while drinking coffee – I sound my best. By the end of the day – OMG – you would want me to shut up. Thanks dear, happy Tuesday! 🙂

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  1. It’s funny as I read blogs I tend to read the words and hear them in my head in what I think the other person sounds like. I never imagined your voice had a Southern accent even when I found out you were from Dallas. Now, I will read your words with the accent in my head so it will sound like you reading it.

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    • I know I have an accent. Years ago I worked for a company and I had customers from all over the country. I realized listening to these people and listening to myself on the phone, my accent was strong. Thanks David for reading and commenting, I hope your day is going well. 🙂

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