You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Raising awareness about living with vision loss happens here on Adventures in Low Vision. I learn skills and alternative ways of doing things to live well and share my experiences. Along this journey I meet people adapting behaviors and attitudes to thrive with a disability. As more people talk in public about living with blindness,…

Quick Note: Upcoming Retreat

Are you a blind or visually impaired lady? Would you like to connect with peers who are also facing vision loss? If so, consider attending the upcoming retreat in August led by Becky Andrews, LCMHC and Nicole Wall, LCMHC in idyllic Bountiful, UT. As Becky says, “At times when facing vision loss, many women may…

Take 20 to Beat Eye Strain

Near the end of a long workday, it strikes. My neck and shoulders feel achy, my eyes dry and tired. I fight the urge to rub my eyes. Lifting my tea mug, I realize I’m out of water. A headache finishes off the job, sealing me into a bad mood until I spend time resting.It’s…

Sights Unseen

The wind blew my hair in my face. I struggled to restrain it as I peered through my monocular down the road. No bus yet. I dropped my arm to my side and noticed a woman at the far end of the block. She appeared to glide. These eyes deceive me. I closed them and…

Third Anniversary

Around this time three years ago, I launched Adventures in Low Vision. It’s wonderful to be able to mark positive moments like this one. Many thanks to all of you for reading the blog and commenting and sharing links and learning with me as I live with low vision. Over the years since acquiring my…