Covid 19 in 2020 was and continues to be a big deal to everyone. I don’t need to tell you about it because everyone in the entire world experienced the “shutting down” of life as we knew it. On March 19, 2020, I experienced something different. I became 100% deaf. I was Hard of Hearing (HoH) for several years. I was deaf without my hearing aids but with lipreading and the aids, if I could hear the cadence of the voice, I did pretty well. But all that changed on that day. Thankfully, we knew this would happen at some point but were a bit shocked it came earlier than we had hoped. Over the past few years we have been learning American Sign Language. What a blessing! Kevin and I are still able to communicate by using this beautiful language.
Below is a picture of me watching a movie on my iPad. I have to have the closed captions on. Sometimes they help but sometimes they are a mess!
The fun logs is the balcony of Daniel’s Summit Lodge. We spent a great weekend here including lots of walks in the mountains, relaxation, and even our first time on Razors. Whoa, what a blast!
Be sure to follow along because I will be sharing tips, tricks, and my experiences as I navigate this world and traveling while being deaf.
6 thoughts on “What? I can’t hear you!”
Ahhhhhh…. I love this photo too!!
Thank you Suzette! I like that picture too!
My Beautiful Sister!
Thank you, my wonderful Sister.
I’m going to enjoy traveling with you because I won’t get sick!
I wish I could invent something that gets rid of your motion sickness. 😦