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Ornage, red autumn leaf. Jon Gardner Voice Overs, thankful for humble beginnings.
I don’t resent humble beginnings. Having done without, I can truly value the blessings I have.
Upside down white kitten.
Photo by Pexel from PixaBay. Used with permission.
If you start reading voice-over related social media, it won’t take long before you notice a recurring thread of thankfulness and appreciation for an industry that doesn’t eat its young.
Audiobook narration.
Photo used with permission from Pixabay
I find that as I look for the little things to be thankful for, it makes it easier to recognize the big ones.
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This adventure starts when I decide to redesign my website. Cue the dramatic, musical DUN Dunnn! that foreshadows the horrible mistake our hero makes before everything goes to sh**.

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