Sunday, April 15, 2012

Day One Hundred Six: "Good Sounds" by Lou Ann Walker


A daughter recounts her deaf parents' engagement and marriage ceremony, their courtship and its tenderness and the care with which they entered into a life together.

I'm so in love with this writer, with how she draws me into a world of sign language and alternate expression, that I will likely read the entire collection from which this story comes. It's titled "A Loss for Words" and wow, everything in it so far is just beautiful.

Talk about a fresh perspective. A child of two deaf parents. I can only read about this but I feel so honored to do so. This story is a great start!

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