Slice of Voxer Life

This summer I found Voxer. And now I can’t imagine life without it.

I’m in a few chats. And I occasionally vox an individual.

One chat is large and filled with educators with a passion for literacy.

The other chat is small and centered on writing and the teaching of writing.

They are always there for me. They fill me up and support me. They are my choir.

Mostly I listen. Sometimes I find myself taking the long way home, or driving around the block a few times just to listen to one more vox.

This morning I found myself sitting in the parking lot at school. Listening, laughing, and then responding. I hate to turn it off.

This evening, I listened. To my good friends all over the country. Talking about their lives, their challenges, their goals. The weather. The traffic. Family get together’s. Books. Things they are thinking. Plans they’re making.

You are my dear, dear friends. My soul sisters. My cousins. My colleagues. I can’t imagine life without you.

Thank you, Two Writing Teachers Blog for Slice of Life Tuesdays. Read more here.

11 thoughts on “Slice of Voxer Life

    • Carrie – It works like a walkie talkie and text messaging system. The messages get saved as recordings on you phone so you can listen when you want. Text messages can be sent with links and videos. You could use as a group, by adding people to a specific chat, or just individually vox one person. The app can be used on your phone or computer. Check it our and find me!

  1. Thanks to you, my friend. You were the one to get me started. Now I am considering talking my family into having a voxer chat. When I saw your title. I thought maybe you were putting out a call for an SOL voxer chat. I wonder with the March challenge coming up, if someone will do a chat about it.

  2. Oh my word, how did I miss commenting on this? Some Voxer friend I am. 🙂 You know I love you! Voxer has been a game changer for me. Sometimes my children say, “how’s your Voxing life?” It makes me laugh.

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