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Thursday, 7 May 2015


Hand against a white wall. The hand is making the ASL sign for 'love', and holding a dutch train chip card.

Rise and shine, readers. An Honest Drug isn't dead yet.

It's startling to think it's been half a year since regular updates; a lot has happened, even since my last post in January - 'tumultuous' is not an unreasonable word, nor is the phase 'varied and utterly hectic'. But exams are over, I've drowned myself in self love, and I'm beginning preparations to start blogging again.

Make no mistake - this is a promise, not a beginning. Apparently it's recommended to publish regularly in order to attract readers? I can only hope that those who did follow me when I did so have stuck around to see what I do now. I got back from a trip to Amsterdam on Sunday, and I'm currently half way through a two week course in British Sign Language (BSL), so I certainly have a lot to share. I still have no working camera, and my blogging muscles are weak from neglect, but An Honest Drug will return again.

See you soon, comrades.

Fiona C.


  1. Has it been half a year? Wow. Time flies. Welcome back!

  2. Cool:) I'm a professor at Gallaudet University. We use ASL but I have some friends who are fluent in BSL.

  3. I'm curious about the things to come!


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