I love to write.
(Scene:Two nights ago,it rained. My daughter and I was in my bedroom. I finished my shower, combed my hair and I placed my hand to close the sliding door curtains. I saw the rain. I was delayed because of my deaf ears. My daughter already knew it was raining. )
In the house, all doors are closed.
A daughter can hear the rain. Her mother cannot.
Her mother can see the rain. She cannot.
The daughter relies on her ears.
Sounds of her hearing world.
Her mother relies on her eyes.
Sights of her deaf world.
(She can see but did not see the rain under street light, I could because of several years observing with my own eyes and relying on my eyes).
This leads me to write soulfully.
I am a very passionate person. I always love helping people. I have been on a bridge between hearing and silent worlds, I know what it is like to be deaf.
I love working with children. I absolutely love being a mother to my daughter. I have been parenting since 2008. All stages, triumphs and difficulties. I know what it is like to be a parent
I write to share my experiences - deafness and parenting. Just because I sell Deaf Awareness t shirts, it is not a competitive style to other T-shirt companies. The importance of my business is Deaf awareness, knowledge, education and comfort. To give you hope. To make you feel inspired. To let you know you are not alone. Now, while continuing my personal blogs; I am announcing that I’ll be posting my blog interviews with deaf and hard of hearing individuals and parents of deaf and hard of hearing children to inspire each other and bring our community closer!
Hearing Impaired single mother and teacher aide at a hearing impaired oral preschool program. An author of "Turn The Lights On, I Cant Hear You".