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Guest Blog #3

VoiceQuilt for Deployments or Extended Absences – Guest Blog #3

When my husband was deployed the last time he spent a great deal of time before he left recording his voice for the kids.  He read them their favourite books, had funny jokes and sayings and a video that said good night to them each night.  It was one of the best things he ever did before leaving.  His story CDs and videos kept us all going.  I would often lie on the bed with my kids and listen to the sound of his voice too!  Our latest guest blogger has a company that can help you to record your voice for family and friends in a variety of different ways. 

VoiceQuilt is a uniquely personal gift – filled with your vivid, heart-touching greeting, memories and tributes. Record messages of love and thanks to a solider who has serves us proud or have you and the kids records a message to dad who is serving oversees. You can also upload their favorite sentimental music. It will be a gift they cherish for a lifetime.

The sound of someone’s voice – their accent, tone and laughter – conveys much more than a photo, letter or a store-bought gift. VoiceQuilt™ is a wonderfully creative gift solution for an individual, groups or families, a unique way to celebrate any occasion: a special birthday, anniversary, retirement, Mother’s Day, Christmas, graduations, Father’s Day, a wedding or just to reach out to someone special, just because.

In addition, VoiceQuilt is a great way to share messages to troops overseas or have them share some with you!  There is no end to how you can use it! In times of celebration, VoiceQuilt makes memories last forever and when times are tough, VoiceQuilt becomes a personal cheering squad.

For more information about VoiceQuilt go to: http://www.voicequilt.com

For information about our tips, books or resources go to: http://www.whileyouwereaway.org


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