Pendants and Peas
Before the accident, Martin had had no problem getting out of bed.
He had just felt so confident. So right and easy in his strong, young body. 399 more words
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A few years ago I had the privilege of teaching French to a totally blind student. I say privilege because that’s what it was. It was also one of the greatest challenges in my teaching career up to that point.
5 days, 4 hours ago
privy me this.
Barret still had the packet. He kept it in his desk drawer at home as a reminder but that’s where it stayed. He wouldn’t destroy it. 1,704 more words
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During my hiatus from blogging, I seemed to have missed the Audiogame Jam, A game jam held last year with a focus, obviously, on audio games with an aim to raise money for… 1,046 more words
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I have this friend called Katie, who is really ill. She has chronic pain, and is on a million-and-one medications I can’t even think about pronouncing. 473 more words
6 days, 11 hours ago
Not exactly what the name says but these patterns guide blind folks, showing where there are corners, door entrances, etc. Or where to walk straight. Not how the patterns change appropriately.
1 week ago
The Heart of Literature
I capitalize prepositions in titles even, so to have to lower case all this one hurts me so deeply, but that’s how it is on the book so I’m going to honor it. 202 more words