In the USA, it’s Thanksgiving Day, one of my very most favorite holidays. My heart overflows with gratitude for Cinda, the wonderful wife God has given me and for the four children he’s given us. It has been quite a year of transition for all of us, but a good one. I’m grateful for my extended family and for their love.
I give thanks for my friends, those I’ve known for many years and those who are more recent additions to my life. I’m deeply grateful for the support, encouragement and instruction of Nancy Wolfson (with whom I studied from February through September of 2007) and Marice Tobias (with whom I’ve been studying since October of 2007) as well as for earlier studies with Dick Orkin and Pat Fraley.
I can’t begin to offer sufficient thanks for the work I’ve been given the opportunity to do this year and for each and every of you, my clients who have sent me that work. I do love telling your stories.
And last, I thank you my dear reader, for visiting my blog and reading what’s written here. I write because I have to write, but always with the goal of encouraging and helping you move further along your journey in the voiceover business. I don’t know if you’re way ahead of me on the path, right near me, or somewhere way behind. It’s way better than working for a living and I’m so very grateful you choose to give these words a few minutes of your day. Thank you and, holiday or not where you are, may you have a wonderful day!