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Quiet and Loud: #NaBloPoMo

Do people generally understand what you’re trying to say?

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I am a quiet, sleep-talking mumbler, who laughs a lot. People only understand me under the following circumstances:

  • If I’m writing
  • If I’m sober
  • If I’m not laughing
  • If I’m not mumbling
  • If I’m not talking in my sleep
  • If I’m not in a noisy place

I like my written voice so much better than my speaking voice. Maybe my written voice and my actual voice can all be friends someday. I mean, we do live together.

Why is it that I can laugh so loud but not talk so loud? Why is it that the voice in my head is so loud but when I speak . . . it’s so much mousier than I feel it should be? I don’t feel mousy on the inside but my voice betrays me every freaking time.

I found this on Pinterest. I’m sharing it in case anyone else hasn’t found any of their voices yet.

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About holley4734

I could be the worst cook in America. My boyfriend tells his friends about my cooking disasters. I'm glad someone is amused. I like movies, music, comic books and corny jokes. View all posts by holley4734

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