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!!**Hola Mi Nombre es Maritza **!!

Mirar, al futuro con optimismo es mi objectivo..! Para atras solo para cojer impulsos. Metas tengo muchas, Y con la ayuda de Uds Sparkfriends, deeee seguro cumplire mis metas, bajar de peso es mi gran reto.!!

Losing weight is a challenge, and a long lasting battle. But with your help and motivation I will continue my journey. !!
!!**Hola Mi Nombre es Maritza **!!

Mirar, al futuro con optimismo es mi objectivo..! Para atras solo para cojer impulsos. Metas tengo muchas, Y con la ayuda de Uds Sparkfriends, deeee seguro cumplire mis metas, bajar de peso es mi gran reto.!!

Losing weight is a challenge, and a long lasting battle. But with your help and motivation I will continue my journey. !!




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Mis Metas son muchas, una de las mas importantes es perseverar.!! Ser constante y regular con mis ejercicios, y bajar las libras demas.!!

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JSTETSER
3/10/2014 11:11:22 AM

Gracias por todos tus ayudar con mi espanol



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WILMASOTO
1/8/2014 8:59:40 PM

Just stopping by to say hi and to wish you the best this New Year!! Come join our threads at Boricuas and Friends and together we can reach our goals. We have missed you.


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MAESTRAPLANK12
12/23/2013 7:56:37 AM

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PROVERBS31JULIA
12/1/2013 10:38:30 PM

Hi Maritza -
Buenos Nochos?? sp? see my espanol is very bad!! poco loco?? :) Actually my only formal class was in second grade when I went to mainstream school in Florida (near Cocoa). My padre? (father?) met a Puero Rican or maybe Cuban family (this was just after the whole Bay of Pigs thing and some Cubans were able to get out of their country before the whole border thing shut down in the mid 60's.), and the woman's granddaughter Karen was in my class. My teacher played Charles Berlitz Spanish language lessons on LP vinyl record albums, so there was nothing for me to lipread!! I wasn't doing too good and my teacher didn't always mouth the words to me as the album played. My dad came home and asked if I knew Karen and I said, "Si!" and he said Karen was bilingual already. I talked to Karen the next day. I think she already remembered me having hearing aid strapped to my dress when I was in first grade and we stopped using it about halfway through second grade (just before I found out about Karen) because it wasn't helping my type of hearing loss. Karen seemed happy to tell me what record was saying and I progressed better the second half of the year. Finally even figured out how to say my own sentence, not one from the record "Yo tengo quattro centavos" (assuming I spelled that right - this has been some ummm 45 years ago!! yikes! I can't be that old!).

SOoo then in 1988 just as I was in the process of getting a divorce, my friend and I went to Puerto Rico for a church conference and I had a lot of fun there. People were nice to repeat things and to try to translate for me knowing I was deaf in one ear and hard of hearing in the other... Same in Mexico, although one vendor at the border in Nogales was kinda rude, and the friend I was with that time was an interpreter and she pulled the guy aside after he blew me off and she told him that I was deaf.... boy! he got embarrassed, answered my questions politely (after he crossed himself first!! jaja!), and when I was paying for my ceramic parrot, he gave me a little tiny ceramic handpainted owl as a "gift". So that was sweet.

I think it would be fun to learn more Spanish though because I'm like little baby Spanish... and forgot a lot of my basic words... supposedly learning new things all your life helps prevent becoming senile?? I hope??

So we will see you around here. I don't stop and post a lot of messages on the DeafSpark team, sorry. Seems like we have a mixture of deaf/signing deaf and those who are hard of hearing but not signers (kinda my problem too, although I am getting deafer as I get older.).

Take care!

Julia


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RUTHIET_456
10/24/2013 2:21:30 PM

Hey Maritza, nice to see you on the NYC Team lounge. Look forward to reading your stories. emoticon



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