A week ago, on the first day of the program, when I was setting up the room, the janitor came in to ask how long I would be there and how often so he could fit his schedule around it. He spoke to me in ASL (American Sign Language) because he could not hear; however, my vocabulary in ASL is very very small. A nearby teacher stepped in to translate what he said to me and my replies. At the end of the conversation, we introduced ourselves. He signed his name and asked for mine. I asked the teacher how to say "my name is" and then proceeded to form each letter of my name very carefully. Apparently I said "My name [is] "H" "A" "L" "E" "I love you". He laughed and corrected me "Y". I didn't know what I had said until this very day as I watched a youtube video teaching 'Baby Sign'.