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Year! I hope you had a great Christmas and hope that 2013 brings you everything you desire!
I had a lovely time with my family and helped my new niece Isobel celebrate her first Christmas. She loved the food and the presents, but I mostly think she enjoyed the wrapping paper and boxes, as babies often do.
Christmas was, as I think it should be, a time to be with the family and make new memories with them. Yes, of course there’ll be arguments, but there’ll still be much to enjoy, celebrate and capture to treasure in the future.
These few days away from work gave me plenty of time to think about Outspoken North East and how I can help people to see its services through my eyes.
In the last blog, I mentioned why capturing the voices of loved ones was so important to me and demonstrated this with some recordings of Isobel, born in the spring of 2012. Then, through a chat with the family of my partner, I was reminded of a recording made back in the 1960s. My then 5-year-old partner was recorded singing nursery rhymes with his twin sister.
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How wonderful to be a grown up and still
be able to hear your own childhood voice with such clarity. No doubt they had their arguments too, but here you can hear two young children, giving each other encouragement and making each other laugh and giggle while singing their song. It’s adorable but how many of us have the ability to hear our own families in this way?
Bespoke Audio Memories is about capturing the voices of our loved ones, to treasure for years to come; from hearing our own childhood voices and the voices of our children, to hearing our parents and grandparents telling the stories of their lives and the lives that have gone before them.
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