Family, Living well, Voice-Over

Lemon Crinkle Cookies

This Easter is a special one for our family. Glen, our beloved 18-month-old, is at the age where he can independently jump into the fun. He was only 8-months-old last Easter so we basically carried him from egg-to-egg while his cousins zipped around us. And while everyone else searched for prize eggs, Glen had the best time snuggling with Mom and Dad and giggling at all the fun. Life was simple. But I have a funny feeling that this Easter Mike and I will be racing to keep up. Yep, Easter will certainly blow his mind, as if Christmas hadn’t done that already! From his good morning Easter basket to the family egg hunt, from the Easter piñata to our family confetti egg war…

Glen will have a blast!

When asked what we’ll bring to the table this year, I decided on something sweet that would not demand a lot of time or effort. Welcome, Lemon Crinkles!  Continue reading “Lemon Crinkle Cookies”

Voice-Over

Your New Voice ‘PEEP’

Radio Imaging, commercials, corporate narration, affiliate promos, concert tours / album releases, audiobooks, IVR and eLearning. Count on Heather Walters Voice! to elevate your audio. Many of my clients are award-winning. They’ve said my voice is vibrant and fresh, yet confident and friendly. A versatile voice that is perfect for your audio needs. Continue reading “Your New Voice ‘PEEP’”

Family, Voice-Over

A Voice-Over Mom’s Homemade Sensory Crawl Space

Forget the sparkles and baubles, when you’re a VO Mom on a budget, new gear is a luxurious delight. I recently acquired a pair of sweet, sweet Yamaha HS-7 studio monitors. Once all the gear was carefully unpacked, peeled out of its styrofoam casing, and plugged into the studio, I poured a glass of red and danced around the room – because, you know, new stuff is fun.

After I came down from that high, I was left with these two awesome Yamaha HS-7 boxes. Glen noticed them, too. And when your baby boy notices a very cool box… well, what else do you do but create an ugly, fun crawl space for him? (Oh, the things you can do with a box!) Continue reading “A Voice-Over Mom’s Homemade Sensory Crawl Space”