Keeping in Touch {Vintage Post}

It’s not impossible. More often than not, it’s within reach. The slim gray rectangle capable of so much hardly does whats it’s named for anymore, a phone call. Sure, I’m dictating text messages on it regularly and often reading internet articles and occasionally verifying traffic jams as Stockton and I sit on the beltway. Using…

How to Change

Occasionally it’s time for a reset. The new year arrives and some people make resolutions, some people create goals, and some people do nothing. I aim to improve the writing I share with you and strengthen the connections it fosters. Adventures in Low Vision rolled out here in 2013 and it’s been a great run….

5 Scene-Stealing Holiday Movie Moments Thanks to Eyesight {Vintage Post}

Holiday movies incorporate the same elements as their regular counterparts. Dramatic choices. Love connections. Hilarious punchlines. Rewatch a few December classics, and you might notice a theme: some critical characters are living with visual impairments. Let’s take a closer look. Movie: A Christmas Story Character: Flick? No, when his tongue sticks to the flag pole, those are goggles…

Listing Towards Home

Receipts piled up on top of the icebox. Contractor business cards kept them company. Marketing literature on various services rounded out the collection, Things have been busy at our place in Mayberry. They always are when you decide to sell your house. Since my office closed, Stockton and I, in proper millennial fashion, downsized many…

Holly’s Spectrum Post

Holly of Life of a Blind Girl recently collected responses on Twitter from a bunch of us in the blindness community. She arranged them into a powerful and informative post. As she says: “There are millions of people in the world that have a vision impairment, and I’m only one of them. Everyone’s vision is…