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GOM Player & Jaws

Mike B <mb69mach1@...>
 

Hi All,
 
A friend recommended the GOM Player, so I would like to get opinions from Jaws users that have used or,who are still using the GOM Player, on its accessibility & functionality.  All input will be greatly appreciated.  Thanks much.
Take care.
Mike, Go Dodgers!


Re: questions about Focus 40 Blue, JFW, and replacing USB cord

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

What does WRT mean?
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Lee Maschmeyer" <leemer1@comcast.net>
To: <jfw@groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2016 5:11 PM
Subject: Re: questions about Focus 40 Blue, JFW, and replacing USB cord


WRT the dots that don't come up: If you're connecting via USB try disconnecting for at least half a minute, with the display turned off. Then plug it in again and if you're excruciatingly lucky they might work.

--

Lee Maschmeyer

"Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise."
--Lewis Carroll





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Re: questions about Focus 40 Blue, JFW, and replacing USB cord

Lee Maschmeyer
 

WRT the dots that don't come up: If you're connecting via USB try disconnecting for at least half a minute, with the display turned off. Then plug it in again and if you're excruciatingly lucky they might work.

--

Lee Maschmeyer

"Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise."
--Lewis Carroll


Eloquence and pitch wasJaws and ear pain

Robert Logue
 

Thank you Ted. I had completely forgotten to look at the different voice contexts so had totally forgotten that Eloquence had more voice adjustments.

Bob

On 3/23/2016 7:34 AM, Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS) wrote:
Neat idea; wish I'd thought of it. By the way, pitch is adjustable in Eloquence, as long as you adjust one voice at a time.

Ted (KD4EXK)

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard B. McDonald [mailto:richardbmcdonald@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 9:21 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Jaws and ear pain

Hi Tony!

This is a far-out suggestion, and I draw it from the world of ham radio. Hams are expert on frequencies, filters, sub-audible tones, harmonics and everything to do with the generation of sound. You might want to contact the ham radio club in your local area, go to one of their meetings and explain your problem. As a ham myself, I can assure you that you would be warmly welcomed whether or not you are a ham. Many hams are retired computer, electrical and radio engineers. They *love* tinkering and building contraptions. They would relish grappling with your problem. FYI, I am going to forward your message below to the "blind ham user group" to see if anyone has encountered your problem. If I get any meaningful response, I will forward such back to you on this list.

HTH,
Richard

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Malykh [mailto:anton.malykh@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2016 7:24 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Jaws and ear pain

Hi all.

(This is my first message, so I beg your pardon if this group is not the right place for such a question).

I am a new user of JAWS and I have a weird problem: my ears hurt when I try to use JAWS for longer than 3-4 hours a day. I am wondering if anyone has experienced anything like this and if there are any suggestions on how to solve or alleviate the problem?


Here is my story in more details. Recently I developed some eyesight problems. I have taught myself to use JAWS, but quickly figured out, that after 3-4 hours of daily usage my ears start to hurt. I tried different voices - no difference, my ears start to hurt after about the same time no matter what the voice is. I tried male, female, human-like and synthesized voices - all alike. I tried voiceover on mac too, same result. The volume is set to minimum at which I can still recognize words, so it is not loud at all. I tried laptop speakers, external speakers, headphones - no difference. I have seen a few ear doctors, but none of them have any idea what's going on. I don't have any other ears problems, except for mild ear ringing, but that is due to teeth grinding during my sleep.
I can listen to real human voices such as audiobooks or radio programs for the whole day (12 hours) without any pain.
I am curious if anyone has experienced anything like this. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thank you
Tony








Re: links

Soronel Haetir
 

In Settings Center (jaws+6) you can search for "Modify schemes", down
arrow then hit space, then tab to "Edit Select Scheme" and hit space
again.

On the "Control Type" tab there is an item for link, I have that set
to speak control type using normal voice. And when I encounter links
on web pages I hear "link" in addition to the anchor text.

On 3/24/16, Kevin Hourigan <kevinthourigan@gmail.com> wrote:
If memory serves; there were instructions in "Surf's Up!", on how to stop
the link announcement.

-----Original Message-----
From: Drew Hunthausen [mailto:dhunthausen@gmail.com]
Sent: March 24, 2016 7:55 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: links

The text is read, just no indication that it's a link. No sound either.
There are a couple other things different as well so ight just be a setting.
thanks

-----Original Message-----
From: Soronel Haetir [mailto:soronel.haetir@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2016 6:21 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: links

As I recall the default behavior in jaws 17 is to play a ding sound when a
link is encountered rather than say link as in prior versions.

Unless what you mean is that the anchor text itself is not being read, in
which case I have not encountered anything of the kind.

On 3/23/16, Drew Hunthausen <dhunthausen@gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks, will play around.



From: Vanna Song [mailto:truewise.8614@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 6:49 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: links



You might have to mess with the settings. Mine reds links just fine.




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soronel.haetir@gmail.com











--
Soronel Haetir
soronel.haetir@gmail.com


Re: Jaws and ear pain

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

I got a splint a few years ago for 300 dollars, which did not last. My husband does not hear me grinding, just snoring. I think I have long since stopped grinding, just the wear shows on my teeth. I did not replace that $300 device that lasted only about three years.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony [mailto:Tony@K5TWZ.Com]
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2016 12:06 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Jaws and ear pain

My splint was molded for both lower and upper teeth so the jaw would not move. This prevented grinding and helped relax the jaw muscles.

My wife paid about $600 for a splint from a specialist 30 years ago. I paid $300 from a dentist 20 years ago. I expect you can get it done for $500 to $800 and any insurance you have may help. It is considered a medical device rather than a dental device. Be sure you make that distinction when checking on insurance.

They usually make a temporary splint to wear while the permanent device is being made. You might ask if you can try it first for a lower cost to see if it helps before having the permanent one made.

Just a few ideas for thought. I noticed you got some other good ideas from the list that you may not have tried yet. I'm glad you asked here. There are several people with knowledge of most everything here to help.

Tony



-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Malykh [mailto:anton.malykh@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 4:57 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Jaws and ear pain

Thank you all for quick reply!


Tony,

Did you wear the plastic split during the day? Is your split for the upper teeth only?
I have a split too and I wear it during my sleep only. I am a heavy grinder, and I was told that the split only protects the teeth, but doesn't really reduce the amount of grinding. I tried to wear the split while using JAWS, but it didn't seem to reduce my ear pain. I was also referred to a neuromuscular dentist, who told me he can make a really fancy split that would cover both upper and lower teeth and prevent grinding completely, but that would cost me around 10000 dollars, so I haven't made up my mind yet.


Carolyn,

Good idea. I called Freedom Scientific, but unfortunately they didn't have any suggestions. I'm sorry to hear about your tinnitus, it musdt be so frustrating to live with it...


Gudrun,

I tried having more breaks during the day. I even tried splitting my JAWS usage into 4 1-hour intervals with breaks in between, but that doesn't seem to help. It seems like my ears are sensitive to the total amount of time I listen to JAWS, and not the timing of the breaks in between.




Tony

On 3/23/16, Robert Logue <bobcat11@shaw.ca> wrote:
Hi Tony. 'I'm sorry. I didn't read your whole story and gave you
advice you didn't need. You've already tried just about all I said.
I sincerely apologize.

Bob

On 3/22/2016 8:23 PM, Tony Malykh wrote:
Hi all.

(This is my first message, so I beg your pardon if this group is not
the right place for such a question).

I am a new user of JAWS and I have a weird problem: my ears hurt when
I try to use JAWS for longer than 3-4 hours a day. I am wondering if
anyone has experienced anything like this and if there are any
suggestions on how to solve or alleviate the problem?

Here is my story in more details. Recently I developed some eyesight
problems. I have taught myself to use JAWS, but quickly figured out,
that after 3-4 hours of daily usage my ears start to hurt. I tried
different voices - no difference, my ears start to hurt after about
the same time no matter what the voice is. I tried male, female,
human-like and synthesized voices - all alike. I tried voiceover on
mac too, same result. The volume is set to minimum at which I can
still recognize words, so it is not loud at all. I tried laptop
speakers, external speakers, headphones - no difference. I have seen
a few ear doctors, but none of them have any idea what's going on. I
don't have any other ears problems, except for mild ear ringing, but
that is due to teeth grinding during my sleep.
I can listen to real human voices such as audiobooks or radio
programs for the whole day (12 hours) without any pain.
I am curious if anyone has experienced anything like this. Any
suggestions would be appreciated.

Thank you
Tony






Re: questions about Focus 40 Blue, JFW, and replacing USB cord

Lee Maschmeyer
 

Where in the braille section of Settings Center can one find the cell
line length so that JAWS can be informed that the last cell would be
39? I was curious and searched there but did not find this setting.
Hmm. I can't find it either. Perhaps it was in another Braille program (BRLTTY) which can be used in NVDA. But I don't have NVDA running so that's just a guess. Best thing to do is get the cotton pickin' display repaired. <grin>

--

Lee Maschmeyer

"Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise."
--Lewis Carroll


Re: Jaws and ear pain

Tony
 

My splint was molded for both lower and upper teeth so the jaw would not move. This prevented grinding and helped relax the jaw muscles.

My wife paid about $600 for a splint from a specialist 30 years ago. I paid $300 from a dentist 20 years ago. I expect you can get it done for $500 to $800 and any insurance you have may help. It is considered a medical device rather than a dental device. Be sure you make that distinction when checking on insurance.

They usually make a temporary splint to wear while the permanent device is being made. You might ask if you can try it first for a lower cost to see if it helps before having the permanent one made.

Just a few ideas for thought. I noticed you got some other good ideas from the list that you may not have tried yet. I'm glad you asked here. There are several people with knowledge of most everything here to help.

Tony

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Malykh [mailto:anton.malykh@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 4:57 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Jaws and ear pain

Thank you all for quick reply!


Tony,

Did you wear the plastic split during the day? Is your split for the upper teeth only?
I have a split too and I wear it during my sleep only. I am a heavy grinder, and I was told that the split only protects the teeth, but doesn't really reduce the amount of grinding. I tried to wear the split while using JAWS, but it didn't seem to reduce my ear pain. I was also referred to a neuromuscular dentist, who told me he can make a really fancy split that would cover both upper and lower teeth and prevent grinding completely, but that would cost me around 10000 dollars, so I haven't made up my mind yet.


Carolyn,

Good idea. I called Freedom Scientific, but unfortunately they didn't have any suggestions. I'm sorry to hear about your tinnitus, it musdt be so frustrating to live with it...


Gudrun,

I tried having more breaks during the day. I even tried splitting my JAWS usage into 4 1-hour intervals with breaks in between, but that doesn't seem to help. It seems like my ears are sensitive to the total amount of time I listen to JAWS, and not the timing of the breaks in between.




Tony

On 3/23/16, Robert Logue <bobcat11@shaw.ca> wrote:
Hi Tony. 'I'm sorry. I didn't read your whole story and gave you
advice you didn't need. You've already tried just about all I said.
I sincerely apologize.

Bob

On 3/22/2016 8:23 PM, Tony Malykh wrote:
Hi all.

(This is my first message, so I beg your pardon if this group is not
the right place for such a question).

I am a new user of JAWS and I have a weird problem: my ears hurt when
I try to use JAWS for longer than 3-4 hours a day. I am wondering if
anyone has experienced anything like this and if there are any
suggestions on how to solve or alleviate the problem?

Here is my story in more details. Recently I developed some eyesight
problems. I have taught myself to use JAWS, but quickly figured out,
that after 3-4 hours of daily usage my ears start to hurt. I tried
different voices - no difference, my ears start to hurt after about
the same time no matter what the voice is. I tried male, female,
human-like and synthesized voices - all alike. I tried voiceover on
mac too, same result. The volume is set to minimum at which I can
still recognize words, so it is not loud at all. I tried laptop
speakers, external speakers, headphones - no difference. I have seen
a few ear doctors, but none of them have any idea what's going on. I
don't have any other ears problems, except for mild ear ringing, but
that is due to teeth grinding during my sleep.
I can listen to real human voices such as audiobooks or radio
programs for the whole day (12 hours) without any pain.
I am curious if anyone has experienced anything like this. Any
suggestions would be appreciated.

Thank you
Tony






Re: links

"Kevin Hourigan " <kevinthourigan@...>
 

If memory serves; there were instructions in "Surf's Up!", on how to stop the link announcement.

-----Original Message-----
From: Drew Hunthausen [mailto:dhunthausen@gmail.com]
Sent: March 24, 2016 7:55 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: links

The text is read, just no indication that it's a link. No sound either. There are a couple other things different as well so ight just be a setting. thanks

-----Original Message-----
From: Soronel Haetir [mailto:soronel.haetir@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2016 6:21 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: links

As I recall the default behavior in jaws 17 is to play a ding sound when a link is encountered rather than say link as in prior versions.

Unless what you mean is that the anchor text itself is not being read, in which case I have not encountered anything of the kind.

On 3/23/16, Drew Hunthausen <dhunthausen@gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks, will play around.



From: Vanna Song [mailto:truewise.8614@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 6:49 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: links



You might have to mess with the settings. Mine reds links just fine.




--
Soronel Haetir
soronel.haetir@gmail.com


Re: links

Drew Hunthausen
 

The text is read, just no indication that it's a link. No sound either. There are a couple other things different as well so ight just be a setting. thanks

-----Original Message-----
From: Soronel Haetir [mailto:soronel.haetir@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2016 6:21 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: links

As I recall the default behavior in jaws 17 is to play a ding sound when a link is encountered rather than say link as in prior versions.

Unless what you mean is that the anchor text itself is not being read, in which case I have not encountered anything of the kind.

On 3/23/16, Drew Hunthausen <dhunthausen@gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks, will play around.



From: Vanna Song [mailto:truewise.8614@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 6:49 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: links



You might have to mess with the settings. Mine reds links just fine.




--
Soronel Haetir
soronel.haetir@gmail.com


Re: questions about Focus 40 Blue, JFW, and replacing USB cord

Shai
 

Hello Lee,
Where in the braille section of Settings Center can one find the cell
line length so that JAWS can be informed that the last cell would be
39? I was curious and searched there but did not find this setting.

On 3/24/16, Lee Maschmeyer <leemer1@comcast.net> wrote:
Hi Brent,

Taking your questions in more-or-less reverse order, you should be able to
use any USB cable that fits, but the best thing to do is take the cable you

have to the store so they can see exactly what you need.

For the panning, are you using Structured Mode? It's sometimes picky about
letting you pan beyond the current line. Try switching to Line Mode and see

if that helps or hurts.

In Settings Center in the Braille section you can tell Jaws which is the
first cell of the line and which is the last, so you can tell it the last
cell is 39. But if I were you I'd talk to FS about getting a loaner while
you get your unit repaired. The worst they can do is say No.

The last I heard their hours of operation were quite long, specifically to
deal with time zones; so I suspect you have a lot more time at your disposal

than you think.

HTH,

--

Lee Maschmeyer

"Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to
others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you

had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise."
--Lewis Carroll





Re: links

Soronel Haetir
 

As I recall the default behavior in jaws 17 is to play a ding sound
when a link is encountered rather than say link as in prior versions.

Unless what you mean is that the anchor text itself is not being read,
in which case I have not encountered anything of the kind.

On 3/23/16, Drew Hunthausen <dhunthausen@gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks, will play around.



From: Vanna Song [mailto:truewise.8614@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 6:49 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: links



You might have to mess with the settings. Mine reds links just fine.



--
Soronel Haetir
soronel.haetir@gmail.com


Re: questions about Focus 40 Blue, JFW, and replacing USB cord

Lee Maschmeyer
 

Hi Brent,

Taking your questions in more-or-less reverse order, you should be able to use any USB cable that fits, but the best thing to do is take the cable you have to the store so they can see exactly what you need.

For the panning, are you using Structured Mode? It's sometimes picky about letting you pan beyond the current line. Try switching to Line Mode and see if that helps or hurts.

In Settings Center in the Braille section you can tell Jaws which is the first cell of the line and which is the last, so you can tell it the last cell is 39. But if I were you I'd talk to FS about getting a loaner while you get your unit repaired. The worst they can do is say No.

The last I heard their hours of operation were quite long, specifically to deal with time zones; so I suspect you have a lot more time at your disposal than you think.

HTH,

--

Lee Maschmeyer

"Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise."
--Lewis Carroll


questions about Focus 40 Blue, JFW, and replacing USB cord

Brent Harding
 

I have been using my Focus 40 Blue a lot more now that I have started work recently. Before then, I would use it occasionally, and I used it for my previous job for proofreading and reading various things. At my current job, I have JFW 17, and lately, I discovered that dots 4, 5, and 6 on the last cell just don't come up so that Y's feel like K's, and so forth. Is there a way in JFW to tell it that it now only has 39 cells? Also, when I am in read-only edit boxes in our system at work where disclosures sometimes appear, I can't pan all the way through with the panning button like I can for the ones that appear in Internet Explorer. The left rocker switch thing will get it down to the next line, but knowing when I need a line down versus pan makes me have to sound like I'm stumbling, and customers hang up, silently as I might add, leaving me talking to myself unknowingly as my after call time ticks by. Is there an easy way in JFW to make it ding when the next pan will result in nothing so I know it's at the end of the print line, or JFW line, or whatever it goes by when the new line command is called for? Finally, the end of the USB cord that goes into the braille display is beginning to get a little bit of exposed wire, and I want to get a new one so I don't get caught out when the connection is broken enough to be unusable. Is it OK to just use a regular Micro to normal USB cable despite the manual's dire warnings about FCC compliance? FS's hours being Eastern instead of Central time means I would maybe have half an hour, tops, to deal with them before I have to leave in the morning, and they are closed within half an hour of when I officially get done, but completing the last call of the day largely eliminates that time.


Re: Jaws and ear pain

Tony Malykh
 

Thank you all for quick reply!


Tony,

Did you wear the plastic split during the day? Is your split for the
upper teeth only?
I have a split too and I wear it during my sleep only. I am a heavy
grinder, and I was told that the split only protects the teeth, but
doesn't really reduce the amount of grinding. I tried to wear the
split while using JAWS, but it didn't seem to reduce my ear pain. I
was also referred to a neuromuscular dentist, who told me he can make
a really fancy split that would cover both upper and lower teeth and
prevent grinding completely, but that would cost me around 10000
dollars, so I haven't made up my mind yet.


Carolyn,

Good idea. I called Freedom Scientific, but unfortunately they didn't
have any suggestions. I'm sorry to hear about your tinnitus, it musdt
be so frustrating to live with it...


Gudrun,

I tried having more breaks during the day. I even tried splitting my
JAWS usage into 4 1-hour intervals with breaks in between, but that
doesn't seem to help. It seems like my ears are sensitive to the total
amount of time I listen to JAWS, and not the timing of the breaks in
between.




Tony

On 3/23/16, Robert Logue <bobcat11@shaw.ca> wrote:
Hi Tony. 'I'm sorry. I didn't read your whole story and gave you advice
you didn't need. You've already tried just about all I said.
I sincerely apologize.

Bob

On 3/22/2016 8:23 PM, Tony Malykh wrote:
Hi all.

(This is my first message, so I beg your pardon if this group is not
the right place for such a question).

I am a new user of JAWS and I have a weird problem: my ears hurt when
I try to use JAWS for longer than 3-4 hours a day. I am wondering if
anyone has experienced anything like this and if there are any
suggestions on how to solve or alleviate the problem?

Here is my story in more details. Recently I developed some eyesight
problems. I have taught myself to use JAWS, but quickly figured out,
that after 3-4 hours of daily usage my ears start to hurt. I tried
different voices - no difference, my ears start to hurt after about
the same time no matter what the voice is. I tried male, female,
human-like and synthesized voices - all alike. I tried voiceover on
mac too, same result. The volume is set to minimum at which I can
still recognize words, so it is not loud at all. I tried laptop
speakers, external speakers, headphones - no difference. I have seen a
few ear doctors, but none of them have any idea what's going on. I
don't have any other ears problems, except for mild ear ringing, but
that is due to teeth grinding during my sleep.
I can listen to real human voices such as audiobooks or radio
programs for the whole day (12 hours) without any pain.
I am curious if anyone has experienced anything like this. Any
suggestions would be appreciated.

Thank you
Tony






Re: links

Drew Hunthausen
 

Thanks, will play around.

 

From: Vanna Song [mailto:truewise.8614@...]
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 6:49 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: links

 

You might have to mess with the settings. Mine reds links just fine.    


Re: links

 

You might have to mess with the settings. Mine reds links just fine.    


links

Drew Hunthausen
 

Dear list,

I upgraded to jaws 17 a few days ago, and am just now realizing that it doesn’t read any links on web pages or in files. I can click on them just as links, but it doesn’t tell me that they are actually links. Is anyone else experiencing this? thanks

 

 


JAWS AND EAR PAIN

Sandra Streeter
 

Hi, Tony,
 
Have you tried earplugs? I like the ones that are spongy but not too soft, shaped like tiny cylinders (not like a cone); you squeeze one end down (I usually combine a rolling and squeezing motion) small enough to fit in your ear. What I like about them is that they only filter some sound--so, speech and other needed sounds are still available. I attended a Moody Blues concert a year and a half ago, and my mother, who had been used to hearing their mellower tunes when I played them through my bedroom door as a teen, asked why I was putting in earplugs, and I told her that they do have some very loud songs--especially the later ones; I gave her a fresh pair, and she was delighted with them; we got all the necessary sound without ultra-amplification from the speakers and such. The ones I got came from Amazon--I bought a lifetime supply, and carry one in every conceivable bag I take anywhere, to ward against the unplanned fire alarm, loud music, etc. I have both slight age-related hearing loss, and Asperger's-related sensitivity to certain levels of sound or pitches, so they are perfect, when I need them.
 
 
 
Sandra
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Google sheets with Jaws 17

Lauren Snyder
 

Hi,

 

I am using Jaws 17, Windows 10 and I received a file that opened up in google sheets. Is there a way I can copy all the text and paste it into a Word or Notepad file or excel?

 

Please advise. Jaws can read it, but I can’t go from letter to letter.

 

 

 

Sincerely,

 

Lauren