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I lose my voice so I have gestures my daughter and I use

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I am not deaf. In two situations I use gestures that my daughter  and I invented at home in the kitchen .  If in noisy situations I can't hear individual voices so then also use the gestures too.  Only my daughter and I know this anymore . 

When I lose my voice sometimes for weeks. I use  gestures . My daughter knows what they are.  Years ago I ran a daycare when I would lose my voice the kids knew what they meant too.  

Money, or money the costs is too high, or money the costs is ok. Or money I don't know the costs yet.  

Theres one for august. And a whole bunch hard to explain. Like well most were one handed left handed . Sine if I'm standing I'd have my right hand doing something else.

maybe I'd like to learn sign language I hope that's ok well what an idea . 

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