Monthly Archives: January 2014

Silence is Golden

“Silence is golden”. For years, this quote never made much sense to me. Don’t get me wrong, I understand it from a “staying silent when people expect you to be enraged” perpective but it never made sense to me from a “being deaf” perpective. From that perpective, the concept of silence as being a good […]

[Video] The Power of Believing

This made my day and I only just woke up! So inspiring!

It’s Colour Time!

I’m jumping with excitement. So excited right now that I’m neglecting to do any school work in the library but hey, I’m updating my friends and family about the newest excitement in my life so I’m still being productive. (My friend is reading this over my shoulder and giving the “yeah, right” look right now… […]

Don’t Die a Copy

Originally posted on Can You Hear Me Now?:
I love the holidays.  The crisp, crystal clear mornings, the holiday songs on the radio and in the stores, the anticipation of spending time with family, the chance to wear my kitty hat again . . . I love this hat 🙂 Of course, the holidays usually…

And the Countdown Has Begun!

Well folks, the big day is just around the corner with just 28 days to go! I received an email from the Cochlear Implant Program with a whole bunch of appointments booked over the next few weeks. The first one is a consultant appointment with my audiologist on the morning of the 20th to discuss […]

Tips for Preserving Your Battery Life on Long Flights

First of all, Happy New Years everyone! I hope that 2013 was good to you and that 2014 is even better! All the best in 2014! I’ve been very fortunate to be able to travel to many places around the world such as Beijing (China),  Zurich (Switzerland), Chiang Mai (Thailand), London (UK) and a few […]