S P O T L I G H T O N Dolores McDiarmid “A Call to Work with the Blind” Dolores McDiarmid and VisionAware Dolores McDairmid and I became acquainted through VisionAware (VA), where I volunteer my time. VA is
S P O T L I G H T O N Fiona Cummings “Memories of Visions” How I Know Fiona Cummings Fiona Cummings and I both blog so it was inevitable our paths should cross. She posts her inspirational
Shaped from the Feet Up Shaped by an Assessment of Another My visits to the podiatrist shaped how I viewed my feet — and rarely in a positive way. The same morning I planned to visit the podiatrist, I had
S P O T L I G H T O N Kevin Oswald “You have everything you need to be successful in your eyes” Chance Meeting Kevin Oswald and I met a few months ago at a multi-author Barnes and
Friday Friends Spotlight on Maribel Steel & Dialogue in the Dark How I know Maribel Steel Maribel Steele and I have been friends for 6 or 7 years. After she was featured on a well-known techy blog post where she
Tip#5 Keep a Sense of Humor For the past two months, I’ve been sharing valuable tips in coping with vision loss I’ve gleaned from experience. Some tips have been of a practical nature while others deal with attitude-like the 3
A Review of Cane Confessions My peer advisor colleague from VisionAware shared this review of my recent book, Cane Confessions, after it showed up in one of her newsfeeds. Of course, I was delighted! It appears the reviewer listened to
Moving Past Loneliness to Hope Witnessing New Love The Wedding takes Place This past March, my family witnessed a milestone event as my brother-in-law moved past the loneliness of my sister’s death and married Deborah Halderman, a woman from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Mom – A Good Communicator An Early Mother’s Day Tribute I am the third of four siblings and am often told I look like my mother. Mom and I shared a close relationship. In photographs we always stood next to each other.
Visually-Impaired – Eeek! I can see you! Part 1: No Trespassing! Part 1 This set of stories is not for the squeamish or faint of heart. That’s why I wonder why I’m in the midst of them since I’m both –