It's very common among deaf people to love loud music without understanding it at all. I also love the loud noises of the fireworks. My family and I went to see fireworks at the same place we have been going for many years. They set off the fireworks in two places and there were about 6 below the top two fired up. It was very, very, very thrilling! I couldn't take a video because my phone died that night. You can just imagine them. I always looked forward to firework nights because I like the loud booms that they made and all the beautiful colors they created. I got to feel, hear and see the fireworks!!! I feel very connected to the fireworks in some ways such as all kind of emotions that you feel. It could be bursting in anger, happiness or sadness. It is very expressive in every way that no words spoken can show how beautiful they are. Fireworks don't need words or voices. It is just like how beautiful sign languages are. There were some hearts and smile faces displayed in the fireworks. We would say "I love you" in sign language. ~~~~~~~~~~~ \m/_.
Everything comes in gestures in every way: lights, sounds, hands, eyes and the unspoken!
~Express yourself ~
Life of a Deaf Socialite
Hi, My name is Ann Marie. I was born on May 3, 1975. I was raised in Indiana. I attended Indiana School For The Deaf from 1979 to 1989. I have grown