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Hey everyone!!

 My name is Leah and I’m stepping out of my comfort zone to try something new.

I’ve been around D/HoH/DB for a good chunk of time, and I’m in an ITP now. 

Hopefully the goal is to  meet some new people and learn about others!

anyways nice to meet you all 💜

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Hi Leah, 

Welcome to the site.  

I'm an older HOH guy just starting to learn ASL.  Watching me sign in ASL is like watching paint not dry.   But if you are interested in signing with me, let me know.  By the way - what is ITP?   

By the way, my name is Angelo.

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Hi!

I am in intermediate ASL classes right now and going into an interpreting program as well...as soon as I can work my way up to the advanced ASL classes. I want more chat time outside of the classroom. I have skype, FT on my ipad, and will look into glide. I'm excited to meet new people and learn more about you!

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