Navigating October Through the Years Childhood Fall Days Even before ! started using a white cane, October was an important month to me. Fall leaves billowed in the air. They crunched under my feet. Neighborhood residents burned them before all
Eyeing Hereditary Conditions Fears & Choices Concerns About Passing on Hereditary Conditions Parents have children all the time, both planned and unplanned. My readers may not have ever considered the challenges that parents who have been diagnosed with hereditary go
Starting Out with a Surprise Have you any idea what it will be?! Welcome! If you are visiting me from the Ultimate Blog Challenge or the Ultra Blog Challenge, welcome! October is a very special month in the life
Stalked by RP When Reality Intruded on My Denial 35-Day Blog Challenge- Day 3 My diagnosis of Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP for short) was a blessing and a curse. It explained why I had so many fender benders early on and gave me
“I have a vision-impaired friend who has a basket ministry,” Marilyn said when I mentioned I wanted to have some giveaway baskets. “She collects things to add to baskets and does a lovely job.”
“She’s got the job!” I joked, noting that it was a volunteer position.
October 1 begins National Disabilities Employment Month AND National Cane Safety Month. Looking back, I’m amazed at my own progress! A year ago, these issues were not part of my active vocabulary
Order of Events Scheduled:
Words from the Author
Prayer for success and outreach of
Mobility Matters: Stepping Out in Faith
Question and Answer Session
Book Signing / Sales
When you have a serious eye condition, it’s always stressful when you meet a new doctor. What will he be like? What will he say? Will the news be good or bad or somewhere in between? Will he talk to me or over my head? Will he even care? Read more to find out what this doctor was like!
Mobility Matters Stepping Out in Faith was on my heart long before I wrote it. This book chronicles my progressive vision and hearing loss, and the obstacles those losses caused for me, both physical and self-imposed. As I attempted to cope with a more muted, fuzzier environment, I felt out-of-sync with everyone around me. As a foreign language instructor, it became more difficult to teach Spanish and control the behavior of my students. It became more challenging to fit in with my friends. I couldn’t even hear the whispers of my dates let alone accompany them into dark movie theaters without stumbling all over the chairs and other people’s feet.