Learning How to Cue

I’m learning #cuedspeech – it is a language supplement, NOT a language in itself like #ASL – which I’d like to eventually learn. It makes language visible/accessible to deaf and Hard of Hearing kids. 🔥 CS was invented in 1966, so the first generation of Cuers is now raising kids who have cued from birth. But I’m learning it as an adult and I have a significant brain injury. This is a challenge on many fronts. But I’m trying to learn 1 verse from Psalm 121 for this year’s Sunday School challenge. I can only do 1 verse. In fact, one LINE got me all flustered. But it’s a token – a gesture on my part. One of the reasons I wanted to be a missionary was people need the word of God communicated to them in a way they can understand. The adjustments to hearing, the vacuum cleaner, balance, etc. is difficult. 😳 But praise God, Ed had a good birthday yesterday, and God is teaching me to enjoy His path after all that crazy prep work He’s led me through. He’s also challenging me to pray for those serving the sick and vulnerable, those keeping our infrastructure moving, and those researching a vaccine. 💗 Thank you for what you’re doing. #avmsurvivor #strokesurvivor #lifeismysport #learninghowtolive #shreddedgrace

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