B 4 and After

My friend Lina demonstrates compassion, both as a nurse and a friend. She gives her time and money and heart to others in need. She’s the kind of friend who mails silly birthday cards every year. She knows which local events support community organizations. Spending time with her reminds you relationships matter. A recent Saturday…

Abundant Sunshine

I harbor a soft spot for desertscapes since I spent time in Albuquerque 8 years ago. The climate. The vistas. It’s different from deciduous Mayberry. This year we took a family trip to Scottsdale, Arizona. It was the first time I visited the state. Plus, it allowed me the opportunity to book a tour to…

Feet on the Street

Ideas pop into my head and if I don’t nurture them they evaporate. An idea that seems really great initially can fall apart without the needed follow thru. Whether it’s intentional or an oversight, ideas will always be coming and going in this mind. It’s all about sorting through the noise and deciding which ones…

Expect Delays Ahead

Dear Readers, Adventures in Low Vision will be back soon. Between traveling to Arizona and a house project that leaves us with no WiFi until next week, the blog is on a brief hold. I’m not going to write a piece slapdash just to post–I value your time too much for that silliness. Happy Trails,…

After the Flood

Growing up, her family was a swim team family like mine. She had the fastest relay start off the blocks. At the shore, my family spent more time in the water or reading books while her family coalesced on the beach volleyball courts. In high school she made the varsity volleyball team. One summer afternoon…