Cane Confessions Chronicles a FULL Life With Retinitis Pigmentosa But how do we achieve this? From Diagnosis to Real Life There is nothing more terrifying than a diagnosis of Retinitis Pigmentisa (RP for short) and a retinal specialist’s words “You
Will the Real Blind Person Look at Me? How Much Can You See? 35-Day Author Blog Challenge – Day 23, Ultra / Ultimate Blog Challenge October is Blindness Awareness Month. Look at the picture. Who would you guess the blind one is? You might
Seeing and Hearing “Firsts” Videos that Will Touch Your Heart Sometimes it’s just nice to take a few minutes to relax and see good things happening around us. Because I struggle with vision and hearing loss, these videos made me smile this
Where the Heat Is, the Heart Is Before Judie and I ran Monday’s errands, she scraped the ice off the wiper blades, which had frozen against the lower portion of the windshield in the five minutes she came to collect me.
Guess what? This is my 200th post! Whoo-hoo! For such a pivotal milestone, I thought I’d re-post something I wrote a few years ago because it contains such a great message: Words Define and Guide Us “I, personally, prefer to use the word “sight”
When I taught my ESL and Spanish classes, I’d always add components of culture into our lessons so that the student could better understand situations in the target language and culture. When a sighted person is dealing with someone losing their vision, there’s also a “cultural” element one needs to be aware of. The following story illustrates it well.