What Quarantine Hobbies have you acquired so far?
Personally, I only tried painting the one time. Otherwise, it’s pretty much been business as usual for me! Haha!
So what have you picked up? Knitting? Whittling? Gardening? Cooking? Jam making? Origami? Writing? Sewing clothes? DIY-ing?
SHARE WITH US a pic of you and your Quarantine Hobby!
If you’ve been taking this time to learn a new language, you are not alone! HIS Sign’s owner, Christina, has been using Duolingo since December to learn Spanish and is getting quite good at it!
In addition to Spanish they have, French, Dutch, German, Portuguese, Italian, Japanese, and more! They even have High Valyrian!
I checked out the website and I think I might try my hand at Russian!
Life is crazy right now, take a minute to breathe today.
Give yourself a Minute of Calm today:) Here’s a picture of a fire I took for you to stare at;)
What are you doing for yourself to stay sane?
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HIS Sign will be hosting a Town Hall meeting for our interpreters on Thursday, April 16
th at 2:00 PM! This is an opportunity for all interpreters to learn about some of the exciting initiatives that we are currently working on. Some of the topics that will be discussed at our Town Hall include: Providing Interpreting Services Online, Ideas for Financial Resources, and Opportunities for Professional Development. If you would like additional information, please refer to the link below. We look forward to hearing you there!
Happy Birthday to our Fantastic Staff Interpreter Joshua Chung!
We’re sorry for all those who are celebrating their birthdays in varying degrees of isolation, but we are sending Love and Joy to you!
This is a difficult time for all of us. Having to stay inside (for the most part) is difficult even for a hard-core introvert like myself.
Here is some heartwarming inspiration from the cast of Dear Evan Hansen during James Corden’s special the other night.
How are you doing with the shelter-in-place order? What are you doing to keep yourself occupied?