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My name is Richard, from far to hot and humid Yorkshire


I am trying to level up BSL as on a random Wednesday in February 2022, I woke up finding it hard to speak and my lunchtime I had spoken my last words.
I have been using my phone and various apps as a way to communicate and while they work, being able to sign something is far quicker and more practical for use with my wife and daughter (5yr old) then pulling over the car so I can type.

We have been doing quite well, but it is time to level up my understanding.  If my speech returns, it isn't a bad skill to have. :)

not really sure what else to put  :P


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