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I've always had a bellowing voice that cut through granite. It came from years of broadcasting. Now, I find it getting thin, hoarse and whispery. Good thing I'm not doing radio anymore! :)

My doc wants me to take the Lee Silverman Voice Training. Have you considered that, bibmomma?


Oh, and could I get you to add me to your blogroll and I'll do the same for you?


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