Hey there! I have a quick story I wanted to share with you guys. Today I decided to go up to a town called North Berwick just to do some site seeing. We went into a pub and when we sat down I noticed that there were two men sitting across from us that were Deaf. I was immediately fascinated because I’ve been wanting to meet a Deaf person since I got to Scotland. So I went on over to say hello. They were both extremely friendly and happy to chat with me. When I walked up I used the sign for America to make it clear that I don’t sign British Sign Language. Communicating with them was hard! We definitely used different sign languages. But we were able to communicate some, and I learned that their names were George and Allan. It took a while to get their names because they used a very different system to fingerspell words-they use both hands instead of one. I found out that they weren’t from here, that George had just-well, this sign, comes from the ring on the finger, it’s the sign they use for marriage-he had married here. I thought this sign was interesting. And, what else did I learn? Oh! This sign, this means grew up. I also learned a new phrase that I wanted to show you, I was really excited to learn this. My name is Mary, it’s nice to meet you. Here’s how you sign it. My name is Mary, it’s nice to meet you.