This blog is intended to be my voice, and therefore was aptly named “AnnotherVoice,” because each of us has a voice, and has the right to use it. 😉
Within you’ll find miscellaneous ramblings, insights, thoughts of the moment on topics ranging from every day life to every day life living with anxiety disorders, from my kids to the public educational system, from my pets to the annoying pear tree in my backyard. More or less, it’s a general sounding board and an experiment, of sorts. I am a bit of a perfectionist at times, so be prepared if I decide to start tweaking settings, layout, colors, graphics, sidebars, etc. because I’m very likely to continue playing around with it as I develop more skills and interests. Every day I try to learn something new… it’s an obsessive compulsion!
I have a pretty big vision for it going forward, but as all things in life, it takes time and needs to be done one step at a time. I hope you’ll stick around as I continue to work on finding my truest voice and sharing my experiences (and gripes!) in the process.
I’d also like to shout out a great, big “Thank you!” to Tori Amos for indirectly inspiring me to use my voice.
“Cause sometimes — I said sometimes — I hear my voice, and it’s been here, silent all these years.”
Also much thanks to: