I have been wanting to learn BSL since I was a teenager, but I found I never seemed to have the time with GCSEs, A-Levels, my degree and then working.
Before I was furloughed we were sent home from work with a career development list/work from home list, BSL was number one on the list and our boss encouraged us all to learn BSL. When I was then furloughed I figured I had time to do all the things I needed and wanted to do. So I have spent that time decorating, learning BSL and writing. It's been fun.
I have really enjoyed starting the BSL course and found it's the only language I have managed to be good at. Looking forward to learning more and hopefully practicing with people.