Hello lovely Readers!
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‘Living with deafness isn’t all doom and gloom, we learn to live with it and some of the situations we have to see the lighter side of! I find that situations with a lack of deaf awareness are funnier to tell if you can laugh about it!’ Continue reading
Did you all enjoy the Royal Wedding? It was wonderful to watch!
This Deaf teen was one of many who received a prestiguous invite to Harry and Meghan’s special day. I was lucky to interview him for ‘Hearing Like Me’…
This week we’ve celebrated Deaf Awareness Week, and what a week it’s been! I’ve never seen so much going on… so I thought it would be a great idea to do a blog on the highlights of the week!
Hope you’re enjoying Deaf Awareness Week as much as I am! It’s incredible seeing lots of people getting involved!
I’m part of a few Deaf Facebook groups and I noticed quite a few of the posts were written by parents of children, who have been recently diagnosed with some form of deafness or hearing loss. Quite a few of them mentioned that they are worried about their child’s future…
‘You may have a million and one questions, thoughts and worries swirling around in your head… Perhaps your child is the first person with deafness in the family? Maybe the only deaf person you know?’
Wow… 3 years comes by real quick, it’s quite scary actually! It’s always a reminder to cherish each day as it comes. I started up this blog 3 years ago today, or as I call it… the day ‘Deafie Blogger’ was born!
Whilst writing this blog, I’m travelling on a train to see my boyfriend… gazing out of the window watching the world go by. It feels like one of those movie scenes where I’m reflecting on life, so I figured this blog would be a reflection of the past 3 years as Deafie Blogger.
One of the coolest blogs I’ve done to date… is interviewing Johanna Lucht, a deaf engineer who works at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center in America!