Aw DiddumsLiving in Scotland, UK. Was born severely deaf and am no stranger to agoraphobia. Began renting out my house and have moved upstairs at my mother’s place. I used to have an Oriental Ticked Tabby (Sharky), but he died of kidney failure in January 2008. Two LaPerm youngsters (Samson and Delilah) moved in very soon after and are brightening up the place; of course they can’t replace Sharky… they will have their own place in my life.

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  2. Hello, nice to meet you. I hope that you will some day conquer agoraphobia and don’t allow being deaf stop you from achieving your dreams. I used to sign (pigeon sign language) at a former church I was a member of. Every now and again, I sign worship songs…simply love it…and I can’t get away from using my hands.
    Anyway, come and visit me sometimes. We’re new neighbors now…I hope. Blessings πŸ™‚

    1. Hello Yahobahne, thank you for the kind comment on my blog! I love the idea of being neighbours. I’m sorry I didn’t respond before now. Keep blogging… hope to see another post from you soon!

      1. Yes I agree. I’ve done some family history research and there are the “skeletons in the closet” which have affected generations since. When I wrote Forgotten in 1988 I didn’t know about these, and thought 100 years after someone dies, the impacts of their decisions would be gone. I’ve since changed my view. πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks to you too, and absolutely! My ears prick up every time somebody mentions Scotland — lives, comes from or has roots here (or just has a liking for it). πŸ˜€

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