Sign language? Do you realize how limited the field is for me to run into someone who signs. Not even considering how difficult it is for a 70+ yr old man to learn? Mark mentioned that, I asked if he would learn it to talk to me, different when the shoe is on the other foot.
I admire Ora, of http://oraandorasoddoddessey.blogspot.com/ A little corner of my World. Has a hearing problem. In a visit with her we discussed our common problem. She is a tough lady and handles it well (Of course Mixon, a prince of a man, helps her also, like Sherry does me.)
I appreciate closed caption on a screen, I can’t keep up, but it is worth the effort.
We all have our problems, some have arthritis, some have a speech impediment, some ache just because of age, there are those who have a disease that will put them in the grave. There are mental disorders (we all joke about) that keep them from really enjoying life. So I say at least wrinkles and the hearing loss doesn’t HURT, and are not life threatening, unless I miss the train whistle, LOL.
Life is good. I sit here and read good stuff, interesting stuff, funny stuff and some of it is just your normal everyday happenings, but I can read it. Over all in life I have no complaints. I have worked hard, long hours, like many others. Some of them paid off, others didn’t. In the military an 18-24 hour day paid the same as an 8 hour day. An 8 day week was the same as a three day week. Ha!
Thanks for coming this way.
If I agreed with you we'd both be wrong.