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Kristen Troupe

ASL student in an interpreting program looking to make signing friends

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I am just starting my second year of my interpreting program and need to keep up signing while on breaks. I live in a small community where there isn't a Deaf community in my area. looking for other women to chat with. I'm on glide and or can meet up here! 

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Hi Kristen.

I just found this website tonight and have been dying to meet new people to sign with. I am in ASL classes currently and working my way up in the interpreting program. Love to chat!

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