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My Story About me 2

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Published on Jan 30, 2011

This video is the part 2 from my first video about myself.

I know you will probably notice a couple mistakes in the video but I still get to fix them before i continue on with the video...

For those who don't understand what I was saying in this video.
Ok, so, since I graduated high school, I had been accepted to go to college but I felt that I'm not ready to go to college. Instead I looked for a job to work. I applied at one of the supermarkets and when I was being interviewed, I told the interviewer that I'm deaf and I don't use the fm system, notetaker, or interpreter for a year before I apply for any jobs. I like to do new things that are easy and very challenging so I was hired right away. I worked as a cashier which can be the toughest position in a supermarket for any deaf or hard of hearing person. I enjoyed working at the supermarket but sure its very tiring if I had to work early or late. I worked there for almost 2 years before I had to quit when I was almost 3 months pregnant, because I had bad morning sickness. My morning sickness lasted like 5 months. My first doctor for my pregnancy thought I had an eating disorder since I wasn't able to gain weight and I kept having morning sickness. So he referred me to another doctor and my morning sickness stopped since I had a new strict diet and seeing my doctor weekly for a month then every two weeks monitoring my baby via ultrasound to be sure my baby was growing. I was high risk for pre-eclampsia since my son was sitting on one side of my womb almost squishing my major arteries that send blood, food and oxygen to the baby. I also had to have my blood work taken almost every 2 to 3 weeks to keep an eye on my liver bile salt level since it was above normal but still ok. My son was born healthy, my fiance and I were so happy that my son was healthy. So now my son is almost a year old and I am enjoying every single day with him watching him learn and grow into a great little boy. Now that's the end of my videos about myself so enjoy you own life and explore something new.

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