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
The History of the White Cane The colors and length of the mobility can make a difference to the safety of a blind individual. I am learning more every day about this topic and wanted to share what I’ve gleaned
The Colors of a Cane Bring Forth Hope 35-Day Author Blog Challenge- Day 31, Ultra / Ultimate Blog Challenge The man moved with relative ease and speed. He sat somewhere in the middle of the first row. Of medium-height and
What’s In a Cover? Looking Back On My Publishing Journey 35-Day Author Blogging Challenge – Day 15 God’s Hand As I near the first anniversary of my book being published, I have to say I love my book cover. Like
Tactile Pavement is a Necessity in the City “Braille for the Feet” 35-Day Author Blogging Challenge – Day 11 “Truncated Domes,” “Braille for the Feet,” “Tactile (or Hazard Warning) Pavement” are just a few of the terms I’ve seen
Hi everyone Today I’m guest posting over at SCANdalous. I’d love for you to take a look and leave a comment. My post is called “A Discussion on Mobility … with Real Vision-impaired People” and comes from a question I
Although many of my posts are humorous, this topic is one that demands me to be serious for a moment. So please understand where I’m coming from while I answer this question: “Are You Really Blind?” In a recent interview,
I notice a pattern in these kinds of things. Something I expected to fall into place goes terribly wrong, and I think, oh no, my life is ruined. Nothing is going to work out.
Fitting oneself with a cane is a huge emotional hurdle for anyone facing vision loss. But Bob’s expertise with the all the details fascinated me and I found myself even agreeing to try one out.