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I am looking for a friend that i can pracitce my ASL with.

by Cheri Jacobs
(Denver, Colorado, USA)

I would like a deaf male or female friend who likes to have a good time and likes to try new things. I love to smile and make others feel good. I am 23 years old and I have taken one class in college in the ASL language. I am very passionate about learning new things and I would really like a friend who is really like to enjoy good company and a good time!

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Nov 16, 2015
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Sick Hearing Girl Looking for a Friend who knows ASL
by: Anonymous

I'm looking for friends who know sign language because I can't talk to my normal friends anymore because it's too painful because of my illness. I'm 20, I wanted to go to DU. I have been battling Lyme disease for 12 years. 3 years ago it got really bad. That's when I was diagnosed and was applying to college. I've had to learn some ASL because my once shoulder/back/neck muscle pain has spread to my face and it hurts when I laugh, talk, and smile. Just looking for a friend because I feel pretty lonely! email me @ aemoorman@gmail.com

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