Self Reflections

Every week, it seems like I read about a celebrity who died and I think, hmmm I thought they died years ago. Other times someone dies, and I didn’t realize they were that old or sick and it makes me sad. It’s not like I knew them, but I’ve heard so much about them, so…

Kaleidoscope Essay

In 2012, Stockton and I took an adventure. I wrote about it, but felt it was too long for a typical post here on Adventures in Low Vision. I formed it into an essay. I submitted it for publication. After rejection, I edited and resubmitted. I kept at it. Last year, I received a new…

Quick Q&A | Joy and Jenelle from DoubleVisionBlog

This is the final post of the Quick Q&A series. I hope you enjoyed all of the other interviews. This one I saved for last because it features both sisters, Joy and Jenelle, who write DoubleVisionBlog. Don’t miss the extra item after the interview… Q: Name/Region. Jenelle Landgraf, Washington State. Joy.   Q: Describe your visual…

Quick Q&A | Stephanae of Bold Blind Beauty

Another interesting Quick Q&A awaits. Don’t miss a post–subscribe on the right sidebar.  Today you’ll meet Stephanae, the writer of the blog Bold Blind Beauty. Enjoy. Q: Name/Region. ​A: Stephanae (Steph) McCoy​   Q: Describe your visual impairment in one sentence. A: ​Macular holes in both eyes which destroyed my central vision led to subsequent…

Quick Q&A | Bridget from A New Look Through Old Eyes

The Quick Q&A series continues, offering up more interesting takes on blindness. Don’t miss a post–subscribe on the right sidebar. Today you’ll hear from Bridget, the writer of the blog A New Look Through Old Eyes. Q: Name/Region A: Bridget, Birmingham, UK   Q: Describe your visual impairment in one sentence. A: Age related Wet…