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Understanding Others

            Rushing through traffic is one of the most stressful things to do when you have somewhere to be at a certain time. I remember the time being late to work on a Saturday night was one of the worst times I could be late. 761 more words

Paths

Lately, more and more people seem to expect me to have my crap together. It’s not little things like remembering to do all my homework in advance of the night before or managing a schedule. 526 more words

Moxie Moments

A WOMAN OF CHARACTER, COURAGE, COMMITMENT, AND CONFIDENCE

In her keynote address at the Women’s History Month Celebration, Stacy describes the special bond and relationship she has with her mother.

The event was held in the Census Library March 20, 2014 at 12:00 PM EDT.

Martin The Deaf Bulldog: A Deaf Puppy Can Be A Wonderful Gift

If you looked at Martin, you’d say he was a perfect English Bulldog. His muzzle is long enough that he can breathe relatively comfortably. He’s lean, he’s fit, he’s adorable. 235 more words

Training

Hand Jive

I want to talk a little bit about American Sign Language. I first started learning ASL in 6th grade, when three wonderful boys from The Learning Center for the Deaf joined my mainstream science class. 581 more words

Listening Without Ears: Adventures in American Sign Language

Since I was a kid, I’ve found myself stuck at least once a year with a sore throat and respiratory virus that left a pad of paper and a pen as my only form of communication. 988 more words

The Internet

a masterpiece is ready!

just when you think you’ve seen Andy Dexterity interpret a song into sign language – you really haven’t seen this!

This time we even have fancy editing techniques that make Andy appear more than once, AT THE SAME TIME!!! 45 more words

Sign Language