it's that time of the year.... when college is almost done and the end of high school seems impossibly far away, then
time rushes by and you are left with a summer of things to do.
I once told someone that it feels like time and my brain processes have flipped upside down, similar to our magnetic poles but much quicker on a time scale of thousands of years of reversals.
Change is necessary to encourage flexibility of mind, abilities and time. Change doesn't stop until one passes away. That is what most of my students are going though, the seniors. Time flies and when you leave the K-12 nest, one will occasionally wish to be back in that cocoon.
Sigh......I hope my mind, brain and cognitive processes survive this new year of experience and persevere onward through the summer to a new year. How are you surviving?
In some posts, I will add a 'From a Hearing Perspective'; this information is shared with me by a friend, who has been a part of the deaf community for 30 plus years. Two things I can share right now; what my friend notices is how deaf people leave the sink running or smack into foods or glasses go flying when we sign. Sometimes it is annoying but can be funny too.
To Be Whole
Currently I am an ASL teacher at a local college and at an high school. I received my Masters in Sign Language Education from Gallaudet University. At home, I am an activist within the community, Northwest Indiana. My son is in first grade and my daughter goes to E.C.L.I.P.S.E. ASL Preschool. Change begins with you and change is effective with a team.