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Anxious and Excited for the New Gardening Season

It is a cold, windy, and cloudy April 14, but gardening is on my mind. The seeds have been ordered, I have Brailled the seed packets, and I have sorted them by planting time. 937 more words

Gardening

My Journey to Deafblindness

Since I’m doing this blog, it’s probably a good idea for me to revisit the various ways in which I am losing my senses. Obviously, I’m going blind; less so is that I’ve lost a decent chunk of my hearing. 1,432 more words

Blind

Sinned are not they,

Forbidden sight of the blinds,

Reserved for the heaven’s site.

Poet

Oscar's Hump Day Shenanigans

© J Myrtle and Lessons With Oscar 2014

Happy hump day everyone! Halfway through the week already – crazy times! Hope it’s treating you well. Even if it’s only been a quarter as good as Oscar’s, you’re doing pretty darn well. 344 more words

Arts Marketing for the Visually Impaired

With nearly two million people in the UK who are blind or partially sighted, making theatre accessible for the visually impaired is crucial. This month, the Albany is presenting… 1,072 more words

WHO IS SAUL OF TARSUS PART 2

“GOAD” OR “PRICK” (BIBLICAL DEFINITION)

“It is hard to kick against the Goad” – JESUS CHRIST

ACTS 9: 1-9 (New King James Version) says this… 1,179 more words

23rd April 2014

In an age of “selfies” being popular through popular social networks it’s easy to forget important aspects of life. True enjoyment from the simplest of things such as the taste of chocolate or the colours of certain paintings are things that I have to admit I don’t take the time to really appreciate.