Google Voice – a love story

I can also go on and on about how much I love Google Voice, but here’s what I really want to share. I’m writing some text today about myself with pen and paper. As I got up to sit down at a computer to type it up, I remembered my pal Google Voice. I called myself up and left myself a voice mail–dictating to myself the text. Below is the transcription of my first draft. More on what I”m really talking about later…

Bryan Reddish
11/13/09 11:22 AM 18 minutes ago

This is Bryan using google forks. Anne’s Anne stick to fill and read something real quick. Help me. Brian so I helped you in anyway suggested a movie a good website walk you through setting up your Email home network. Explain how from a composting works and what to do with them. Group have. I hope you proof read critique to painting steered you on share the recipe connect you with an old friend about your record. If you were right. 8. Your bed cooking. Have you asked me for help. Recently, 8 years ago. Ever. And I’ve been there for you in a small way or large hello. I help too, was I helpful was I helpful. Did I solve your problem or lead you to a solution. Did I follow up next step. So marked was a social networking, so Mark was a social networking site before we knew what that was connecting in power and displaying artist global week. We hope to bring them to new opportunities help something bigger than the local part shop some work started in 1996. Showcasing several Atlanta area. Artist, The providing technical comfort food to these amazing artist, we help them focus on there are and not worry so much about the techie stuff. We’ve all of up in the past 10 years. So Melissa become parents and gallery owners rock stars and world class honest to goodness it’s a liberty some articles are not changing but involving growing up. Today’s Technologies cleaner, Chris power faster. And because there are so many choices in opportunities scarier to website novices artists crafters parents people help me, Brian. Some are dot com.

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The Sims 3 and Spore

We’re so excited about this summer. Even though these games are a huge time suck, they really teach some fun and hidden lessons.

In Spore, we’re designing creatures: anatomy, finances, strategy, design and color.

In The Sims, it’s mostly about fashion. The girls have started creating fewer NEW people and feel more like staying with their existing people. Caring for babies and pets is IN.

Fun with chores

Sometimes doing chores and all the regular things we need to do around the house and at school and work needs to be a little more rewarding. Chore Wars is a neat way to provide incentive. The kids love it. We created cards where they keep their scores and when we tally it all up they earn gold and coins. Gold eventually becomes money via a “shopping spree”. Academics, reading books, and even the alphabet for the little one are great adventures.

Here’s a sample.

My Chore Wars character