Monthly Archives: November 2013

Differences Are Beautiful

Last night I wrote about asking my friends what it was like to have a friend who is hard of hearing, and they told me they didn’t see a difference.  A fellow blogger pointed out that They really don’t see … Continue reading

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How Others See Me

I conducted a survey of my friends on Facebook recently. I asked them what it was like to have a friend who is hard of hearing. I was expecting well thought out answers explaining some of the differences like using … Continue reading

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The Beauty of Music

I love music.  It helps me get through a long day at work, it’s fun to dance to, and it can really illustrate how I feel at different times.  I honestly cannot sit in a quiet room by myself for … Continue reading

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Silly Signing Video Starting ME!

This is a silly video I did today of me introducing myself to you all using the minimal amount of signing I know.  I apologize for the amateur nature of the editing; I don’t have a lot of experience in … Continue reading

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I Want to Learn Sign Language

I really want to learn sign language.  I find the language to be incredibly expressive and beautiful.  It’s a language in which facial expression is essential to understanding.  To be able to sign fluently would be amazing. I know a … Continue reading

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Review of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 1 Episode 20: Sounds of Silence

I have many favorite TV shows, but my all time favorite is CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.  The original CSI with Gil Grissom, Sara Sidle, Warrick Brown, Nick Stokes, Catherine Willows, Greg Sanders, Doc Robbins, and Jim Brass.  I love watching … Continue reading

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An Explanation of High Frequency Hearing Loss

I have a high frequency bilateral hearing loss.  I know. It’s a mouthful.  Let me break it down so it’s easier to understand. Having a high frequency hearing loss means I cannot hear high frequency sounds.  It also means that … Continue reading

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