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 – 5 Tips for Reaching Out in an Online Support Group Reaching out to other members of a like-minded online group may bring comfort when sharing similar drives, fears and challenges–whether it’s a professional group that focuses on a mutual
Spotlight on Michael Benson Founder of Visual Experience Foundation Benson burning a memory deep inside his consciousness as he places a stone on Schindler’s grave. I became acquainted with Michael Benson in one of my Sight Support groups. He is the CEO
Friday Friends Spotlight Back to School With Matt Harris After an upbeat conversation with my fellow author about choosing to return to academics despite significant hearing loss and profound vision loss, I decided to feature him on my blog during Blindness
Spotlight on Mary Morgan-Corbitt “Following My Heart With Music” Though I can’t quite recall when I met Mary Morgan Corbitt, I know that my life is richer with her in it. Her contagious Midwestern smile makes me think of long days
Early Review of Audiobook by Jenelle Landgraf Jenelle Landgraf, a vision-impaired colleague who also lives with Retinitis Pigmentosa, reviewed my book this week. She wrote, “I feel like I know you after spending the last few days listening to your stories!
Audio Book Is Released Drawing Announced! Readers had a strong, positive response to my paperback and Kindle formats of Mobility Matters: Stepping Out in Faith. Soon they asked if I could make it available in Large Print. So I did. Others
Is God Faithful? Can I Trust Him When I’m in a Time Crunch? Sometimes my word-wrestling leaves me exhausted and I delete whole paragraphs with little to show for a day’s work. I wasn’t meeting my self-imposed deadlines, couldn’t manage
Coming to Terms with Fear A Change I Could Not See For years, I feared losing my vision. But I learned to adapt. My vision loss didn’t change my career or any of my goals. I just approached them in another
2015: A Tough Year of Endurance and Change 8 “Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past.”