The old, the new and looking forward

In most parts of the world, it’s all ready 2013. Where I live, it will be in just moments. All the past week I’ve been thinking about the good, bad and otherwise of the past year. It’s been all of those things; but mostly it’s been good.

There has been the joy of working with my friends, my family and some truly amazing and wonderful clients. There have been some wonderful additions. A few departures. Just like every year.

Highlights include Faffcon 4 in Ventura, California and Faffcon 5 in Charlotte, NC. Working with Montana PBS, Wyoming PBS and the World Champion San Francisco Giants. From eLearning to audiobooks, to commercials and documentaries, I have truly enjoyed my work this year. 

I look forward to a very good new year. I hope the same can be said for you and yours.


  1. Dear Bob:
    Thank you for the reminder to pause and reflect on another completed year!
    2012 was truly a unique year in my life with tremendous blessings and tremendous pain. I’m thankful for both!
    One of those blessings was the opportunity to attend both FaffCons and be encouraged by your experiences and wisdom. Another was to get to work with your wonderful daughter! She did a great editing job for me…allowing me to accomplish two audiobook projects simultaneously.
    Best regards for an abundantly blessed 2013!

    Comment by Mike Coon — January 1, 2013 @ 8:48 am

  2. Dear Bob,

    Thank you for your thoughtful, reflective post–always good to “count our blessings.” I appreciate the opportunity to connect with you this past year, and look forward to more of your “counsel” in your written words. Yours is one of the “voices” I keep with me in my work, and for that I Thank You!

    Best Wishes for a Happy New Year!


    Comment by Dan Deslaurier — January 1, 2013 @ 9:22 am

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