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…

It’s Easier to Ghost

At the appointed time, Stockton and I made sure to be home. Twice. And both times, the other party was a no call, no show. Now, don’t get me wrong. Things happen and plans aren’t always reality. The courtesy of an explanation about the delay or issue carries weight. But, as we watched the clock…

Perfect Attendant

We both like their music. When tickets were available at a location we could reach, we bought them. Stockton and I were finally going to see talented Daryl Hall and John Oates play live. On the day of the concert, two friends, Stockton, and I piled in the car and drove to the fairgrounds. We…

Neighborhood Jams

Staying within our budget doesn’t mean we can’t have fun. We watch for things in and near Mayberry that could be interesting and this week we hit a late summer jackpot. There’s an old–but still in use–camp meeting ground nearby. When the warm season arrives, its still standing Victorian hotel hosts events like lectures and…