Some of you may remember back in June I posted a blog where I took a survey of topics, A through Z, for a proposed autumn “class”—Alphabetically Speaking. I received responses from Canada, South Africa, Belgium, Scotland, New Zealand, France, and all over the United States. Some of you responded with your ideas right in the post, others responded via email.
This is the clarion call for that class—no registration required. Starting day-after-tomorrow, and over the next 26 posts, I’ll provide information in alphabetical order about topics that were suggested. As in all of the “classes” I’ve presented through Speaking from the Heart, I’ll be the first to say that I don’t have all the answers. Group participation is what makes them fun and informative. So please don’t be shy—dive right in with questions, perspectives, and answers.
In thinking about how I could showcase this launching blog —“Alphabetically Speaking”—with photographs, my mind went back to the 2-years of American Sign Language (ASL) classes that Len and I took at The Center on Deafness in Deerfield, IL. Len did the photography for the A-Z lettering in this post, while my right hand served as the model.
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