St. Valentine’s Day–a holiday much maligned for its packaged chocolates commerciality rather than its authenticity–is over. While the day can add obligations in relationships, I want to remind you it doesn’t have to be all bad. It can be meaningful.
I’d like to remind you: I appreciate you, one of the many readers of Adventures in Low Vision. Your voice matters. Your support encourages me to keep this blog going, in fact for two years as of today. Two!
I hope the blog entertains, educates, and maybe even provides an escape like a coffee break for you a couple of times a week.
As Adventures in Low Vision launches into Year Three, won’t you spread the word? Who do you think would benefit from discovering this corner of the web? Recommend the blog on social media or e-mail or text or in person. I value recommendations from my friends and family, it’s a trusted way to find out about stuff. Share why an interesting person like you likes to spend time reading dispatches from Low Vision Land.
New readers can bookmark Adventures in Low Vision. On the sidebar they can subscribe by e-mail and follow it on Facebook or twitter, too. We want even more interesting people around these parts, don’t we? How about a kite enthusiast from Chicago? A pickling king from Austin? An amateur fashion designer from London? Sighted or visually impaired, all are welcome here. Let’s make it happen by word of mouth.
Thanks for reading and being a part of the meaningful Adventures in Low Vision community. From my perspective, it’s been a great two years. I’m looking forward to learning and enjoying even more.