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Old 08.04.2020, 18:30
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Re: The April Attitude of Gratitude

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I always look after my family and friends and stay regularly in touch with them through all possible channels. Family and Friends are the most important and most valued thing I have in life!
Usually we meet up often IRL and then talk 1:1....now the isolating takes this away.

It is quite different for me the Deafie, I can not make phone calls and facetime is the next best thing to meeting up IRL, tho' lipreading from a tiny screen takes some getting used to and it is trickier than talking 'in real' with someone.
Lemi know if you want to practice.

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I'm so awful at it! Had phone fright since I was a child and the invention of the text message was one of the best things in the world to happen to my social life. On the phone or through video conference, unless I really know you, I completely freeze. Really dislike that about myself...now would be a good time to practice being better at it.
Don't dislike it, we all have quirks and yours is frequent. We could practice you freezing and defrosting.

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My kids are loving it too..

Only downside is that I seem to be spending more time "at work" .. Usually I enjoy my travel time, 1.5 hours watching crap on youtube. Now I roll out of bed and into my office and login still my panties.
But the question is, do yours have ducks on them like mine??

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The weather is awesome. My daughter is really enjoying the lockdown
Kids are relaxed, aren't they..The whole remote learning is making them responsible and treat school as their own thing. I like it.
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