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ASL PRACTICE


Ckelly9

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Hey Grace! I've probably known some ASL since around age 11. A lady in the church I went to at the time taught me the signs for a particular song, and I believe ever since then, I have been fascinated and mesmerized by ASL and the deaf community in general. Honestly, I often wish I was or could be deaf, so I could connect with the deaf community on a deeper level. And I also feel like I'm going crazy sometimes with how loud and noisy everyday life and people can become. 

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