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My name is Marcia and I  have just begun to learn BSL during the Coronavirus Lockdown.  I have wanted to learn for many years but always put it on the back burner through lack of confidence.  However, now is the best gift of time to get cracking as I am currently furloughed - so here I am.  I also went to a music festival last Summer and saw the songs being interpreted at the side of the stage. I was mesmerised, it was so beautiful, a dance all of its own and very powerful and moving. I actually stopped watching the actual act I had gone to see and watched the signer.  Magical.  My aim is to be able to sign a song myself and keep up with practice in case I am able to put it to good use in the future and make new friends.


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