Audible keepsakes are forever.
- “I’d give anything to hear my mother’s voice again.”
- One of the most comforting sounds I remember were my grandmother’s words of encouragement.”
- “If only I could hear his voice again, I wouldn’t feel so alone.”
- “The sound of my children playing was the sound of contentment, and now they are grown.”
- “I remember those cheerleading words of Mom when she continued to say, ‘You can do it!”
- Mom always said, “Put your Mind to It!”
- He said, “you’ll always be Daddy’s little girl.”
- Oh, those family stories that Uncle Jake related at the family reunions, if we had only recorded them…
- Aunt Helen was the family historian, she recited for hours the genealogy of this family and no one recorded them.
- Randy was just 5 when he rushed in from the yard to recant his first little story a friend had told him, it was out of sequence and the punch line was omitted but Randy put his little vocabulary to work on a mission, a cute story I wished I had recorded in his voice as a 5 year old.
- Grandma used to read her Bible to us every Sunday after lunch, she made the stories come alive.
- My brother gave the family his bon voyage speech when he left for the war… we didn’t record it.
- Cassette tapes were sent as letters at one time with its own little box and I would give anything to hear those letters today!
- Dad didn’t say much but when he did, you could mortgage the farm on it.
- Grandpa told stories that were riveting, some with color and always exciting, those audible keepsakes are forever!
- Uncle Raymond went hunting every year. Sometimes he opened and closed the season with the ‘squeeze of the trigger’. In the off season, he hunted gators, hogs and possums. One summer he caught skunks, demusked them and sold them for pets. His stories always ended with live flare that should be added to the audible legacy of keepsakes.
- The teacher asked my son to come up and say his ABCs. He had his hand up for a long time and after the recitation he was asked why he left out the “P”, he said because it is running down my leg!” The stewardess asked Aaron if he would like to address the plane load of flyers which he stepped right up and told that same joke, now that should have been recorded!
- Dad sat in his place at the dining room table and said, “I would like to share a few things”. He proceeded to give an audible last will and testament, to which he made my brother and me swear we would follow his wishes. An incredible audible keepsake was lost in the ether as quick as it was said.
- Grandma had always been the wife to the Patriarch, staying in her place, never exceeding her bounds, I was 15 when she gave me the “talk” which was so out of character for the meek lady. Her final instructions were laced with scriptures and tied to real life. The dos and don’ts finished, her smile returned as she said, “You are a young man now, treat women as ladies and always remember you are a gentleman.”The human voice is so synonymous to each individual that rarely can it be imitated with the conviction of the original orator.
No one says it like you in your voice. No none says you better than you.
Your voice is common and natural to you. However, your voice to others can be and sound exceptionally special.
What better keepsake can you give as a legacy that costs you nothing but is priceless to your loved ones.
Once your voice is silenced, only an audible keepsake can bring it back so you can be heard saying what you want, the way you want, for generations to come to hear and that is a legacy worth recording.
An audible keepsake is a golden legacy that keeps giving forever!
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