It's a necessity in life to enjoy the pleasure of socializing with our families and friends as much as we possibly can, however, we should balance our lives for our priorities that may come first. I always look forward to my family get together days, deaf events and community events. Furthermore, I am very excited to have established a deaf group in my area. I live so far away from most of the deaf events happening in Orlando, Tampa and etc. I felt it would be wonderful chance to give those deaf people the opportunities to get in touch with the other deaf people, ASL students and anybody interested in learning sign languages at the time!
I was always striven to meet new faces in both worlds, to educate those who are learning sign languages and be inspired by those who are deaf. I certainly love to socialize, it gives me hope and really builds my soul. I also enjoy bringing my daughter along to the deaf events, showing her my world and showing others her talents in sign languages. I take huge pride in teaching sign languages and it shows. As a deaf individual, it is extremely important to educate your family and friends about your world, culture and awesomeness of signing! While I attend the events, I am able to share with the people about this wonderful website that my cousin and I are working on to help spread awareness to others. There are so many exciting things happening for Deaf Insight! www.deaf-insight.com. I am looking forward to share more of my explorations with you all!
~Don't stop enjoying~
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