Monday, May 18, 2009

Something to listen to . . .

. . . while you're cleaning off your desktop.

Click here, and then click on my story. This lady has the original "Primary Lady" voice for sure.

4 comments:

nurselynn said...

Yes, she does have that Primary Lady voice, I associate it with the 1950's era for some reason. Is it strange to hear someone else reading your story?
Way to go Dar! We are proud of you!!

Jennifer B. said...

Sooo cool!

myimaginaryblog said...

Oh, wow, that is a very hard voice for me to listen to. (I almost need a notebook to draw dinosaurs in!) There were narrators on some of the PBS shows when I was a kid who sounded just like that, too. But I loved the story.

I rescued our starting-to-be-demolished copy of the May Friend from the family room floor this evening -- I'll have to point your story out to my kids so they can see that I have famous and talented friends. :)

myimaginaryblog said...

Me: "Mabel, you should look in this month's 'Friend' - my friend wrote a true story in there called 'Special Words.'"

Mabel: "Cool. Oh -- like, for little kids? Yeah, I saw that one."