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Well done Stephen! Me too (almost). I took voluntary redundancy/retired last year to do more BSL  but found I needed to go back to some part-time work this year (cost of living etc!). Really enjoying the signing though and it's certainly a challenge for us oldies. 🙂

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Hi Rhoda,

Thanks for the message of support and sorry to hear you have had to go back into part time work.

I did my first bit of actual signing on Saturday in the pub with the son of a mate, his son is partially deaf and signs - i think he appreciated the effort even though i wasn't that good but the look of amazement on his Dad's face and the rest of the lads was encouragement enough for me to persevere.

Keep it going Rhoda and i will even let you off for referring to us as "oldies"  

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