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I'm a visual artist. I sign my art by my first name, Willard, but prefer to be called Goby. I'm at Lesson 15 in Lifeprint, and need to practice signing. I don't  know how this works, or what I will need to use the videos. 
I would appreciate any suggestions you have. 
I'm HoH, age related, and getting worse--but I love learning ASL for its own sake.  

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Hi! This is my first post/response on the site. I even haven't made my intro post yet. I want to make a video, but when I try and watch it I feel so embarrassed. I think it looks terrible, because I don't know a lot of sign language yet. Do you? I started learning years ago, but didn't continue... one site I did and do still find helpful is lifeprint asl. 

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If either of you guys are interested in signing - I'm a definite NEWBIE.  I sign and finger slow and read them even slower. 

I'll probably be checking in around 9 or 10 tomorrow night to see if you want to chat.  I'm gonna have to check out LifePrint.  If we do the same lessons at the same time - it would be great for us to practice together.  

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