The sound of my own voice.

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Remember when you were little and you used to play with the Record button on your cassette tape player? We even had one with a microphone that I would instinctively hold so close to my mouth that I always sounded like a drive-thru window worker. Didn’t your voice always sound weird? I remember thinking I didn’t sound like me at all. Funny how that works.

Well, today I got the privilege of hearing my own voice in a podcast. Same weird feeling as those cassette tapes long ago. Last week I spoke with Nick Galiete at The Good Word about my book, Covenant Motherhood. I was nervous and didn’t know what to expect, but luckily he was nice to me and didn’t ask me questions that made me look like an idiot … I think.

The whole interview is about 17 minutes long and I did get the chance to share some of my own experiences and my testimony about motherhood.

>>Click here to hear the interview.<<

To be entered in a giveaway and win a copy of Covenant Motherhood (that you can keep or give away for Mother’s Day), listen to the interview and answer this question in the comments here on the blog:  Why did I start blogging?  I’ll turn on comment moderation so I can edit out your answers before I post your comment publicly. I’ll announce the winner Monday morning. :)

So now I can add radio star to my resume. Sort of. Right up there with “meanest mom ever” (I get that one a lot.) Thanks, Nick. Enjoy the interview, friends.

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11 thoughts on “The sound of my own voice.

  1. Entry approved.
    Note back: Don’t know about the whole “meant to be” thing. Hard to say. :) You’re right, I didn’t know she came to the launch party, but now that you mention it, I think I know who she was because there was someone I didn’t recognize but thought I should.

  2. Yes, you are a total radio star now. :)
    The answer is: [Entry Approved.]
    BTW, I’m sure glad you did, and my 4 kids would be grateful too if the knew how often your blog has given me the sanity to keep them alive. [Thanks!]

  3. Always weird to hear yourself talk. Great interview!
    The answer is [Entry accepted].
    Glad you started your blog! It has helped me lots.

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