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Another question…
Friday, July 23rd, 2010

I have the little on underfoot all day today. She’s still in bed, so I have a moment’s peace. I have to make this quick! (How do they find so many things to talk about?!)

If you could have the voice of any famous person, living or deceased, whose voice would you claim as your own?

You’ll find my answer in the comments later this morning!

11 comments to “Another question…”

  1. Delilah
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      · July 23rd, 2010 at 5:37 pm · Link

    Oooh! I keep opening the website and finding things so different every time, it’s like Christmas! It’s going to be awesome when it’s done!

    Oh yeah, the question. If I could have any voice, it would be Ann Wilson’s from Heart. No girl rocker has a better voice—and I love to daydream about being a rock star, belting it out in front of an audience wearing Daisy Duke’s a black fishnet top with a sport’s bra underneath and black combat boots. Yeah, it’s my dream! 8)



  2. Frauke
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      · July 23rd, 2010 at 7:45 pm · Link

    “Test, test, is the micro on?” :wink:



  3. Delilah
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      · July 23rd, 2010 at 10:48 pm · Link

    HaHa! So, Frauke, I’m curious. Where do we go to select our icons for the blog?



  4. Valerie
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      · July 24th, 2010 at 5:14 am · Link

    Ooooh, you changed the scenery…cool.

    What voice would I want? Well, Barbara Streisand is awesome, I’d love to have her voice.

    Valerie
    in Germany



  5. Frauke
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      · July 24th, 2010 at 6:44 am · Link

    Delilah, the icons for the comments are called Gravatars (globally recognized avatars) that are tied to your email address you leave a comment with.
    To tie your own icon to your email addy, you have to sign-up here: http://en.gravatar.com/. No worris, though, it’s FREE and everyone can do it. :)
    For all who don’t have an own Gravatar, an automatic generated Monster icon will appear.



  6. Carol L
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      · July 24th, 2010 at 8:52 am · Link

    I agree with you Delilah, Ann Wilson from Heart is amazing. I’d pick Phoebe Snow, she sang a song called Poetry Man a long time ago. Showing my age. But she was awesome. Love this new site so far. Going to look around some more. :-D
    Carol L.
    Lucky4750@aol.com



  7. Sue Barr
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      · July 24th, 2010 at 10:25 am · Link

    This was tricky, DD. I’d love to espouse the names of famous people, great minds from our history, but what do we know of them personally? We only know the public personna. So, my humble answer is “my own voice”.
    Without it, I wouldn’t be me. This voice is the one that tells my husband and sons I love them unconditionally. It’s the voice that soothes my grandchildren when they can’t sleep. And it’s the voice that lets my daughter-in-law’s know I’m glad my sons chose them.
    Thanks.



  8. Delilah
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      · July 24th, 2010 at 10:39 am · Link

    Valerie! Great choice! I remember watching Funny Girl for the first time when I was very young and wishing I could belt out a tune like she could!

    Frauke! Thanks for the address. I’ll have to choose wisely. 8-O

    Sue! Lovely.



  9. sue brandes
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      · July 24th, 2010 at 3:13 pm · Link

    I always loved Katherine Hepburn’s voice. i just love her movies.



  10. Delilah
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      · July 24th, 2010 at 10:34 pm · Link

    Carol! That song was out when I was in college and only 17 myself (I dropped out of high school to go to college :roll:)—so I know just who you’re talking about. She had a lovely voice.



  11. Brandy W
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      · July 24th, 2010 at 10:39 pm · Link

    I’d love to have Patsy Cline’s voice. Smooth and sexy. Plus she was a total looker.