Happy new year, ASL-style

I remember being a new mom to Avery and watching the second Signing Times video, “Playtime Signs.” At the end, there is an original song by Rachel Coleman. I used to watch the show for myself, just so I could listen to the song, called “The Good.” It brought tears to my eyes, and became a sort-of anthem for my life, then.

The song can be heard here. Or go here to see Rachel demonstrating the signs for “Merry Christmas” and “Happy New Year.”

4 thoughts on “Happy new year, ASL-style

  1. Amy, I am so happy to have another Mom tell me she loves that song, too! It has a special place in my heart and always will.

  2. I have the same response to “The Good.” It is on my ipod and sometimes during a bad day I find it and listen over and over and over…

  3. What a terrific result of having Miss E in your life! We have had a similar effect in our family…my oldest son is very intersted in physical therapy. That, or fire fighting.

  4. Thanks for the link. Miss E has some of these videos from another blogging friend. My oldest the girl De loves the videos more than anyone in the house. She says she is going to teach ESL after going to college.

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