One sunny Texas Thanksgiving Day, I donned my brand new basketball pants and sweater and challenged my mom to a game.
We had 2 super super handsome male guests over for Thanksgiving while they were away from their families for the holiday.
This 15-year-old was in lurv.
I dribbled down the drive, going for a layup, just as the guys came out to play with us.
I tripped over my own clumsy foot. Tore my brand new pants. Embarrassed the crap out of myself.
I sprung up accusing, “Mom! Why did you trip me?”
The poor woman wasn’t even near me.
Dashing into the house to clean up, instead, I ran up the stairs, threw myself on the bed and cried.
I HATE being embarrassed.
I want to throat punch embarrassment.
In fact, I want to throat punch people that embarrass me, and people around me when I’m embarrassed.
It’s just not right.
how to avoid embarrassment when signing
I hate embarrassment so much, in fact, I want to help you avoid it at all costs.
I’ve got lots of tips and tricks to share with you to avoid it, but for today, we’ll just focus on the ASL alphabet and the common problem letters.
Because, dude… it’s embarrassing to have people correcting you all the time.