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Inspiration Tuesday: Blind Girls See/Nysha Charlene Davis

Those friends that make you realize how blessed you are to have them in your life. 446 more words

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Using the Be My Eyes App

I downloaded the Be My Eyes app and tried it out recently. It was incredibly easy to use and very helpful. All you do is go to the app store and install the app. 273 more words

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Ski for Light Focuses on Abilities Not Disabilities

I just returned from the 2015 International Ski for Light event in Granby Colorado. It was an amazing week of cross-country skiing under big, blue skies in the Rocky Mountains. 777 more words

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Have You Heard About NVDA and Computers For the Blind?

I have been surviving on the computer with Zoomtext for the last 12 years. It has been wonderful to have such access. I actually started with “Bigshot”, a precursor to Zoomtext, and it allowed me to continue my job for years. 713 more words

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The rhythm of mornings on the Ridge

(I am spending two and a half months living on my parents’ place in the mountains in rural Eastern Oregon with my two preschool-age children. Shaye, who is five, insists on going to kindergarten, even during our short stay. 1,390 more words

You've Never Seen a Rainbow?

There were two giggling girls sitting in the row in front of our family while we waited for Jake’s school Christmas concert to start. They were making up silly sayings about animals when I heard Evan answer, “Unicorns aren’t real.” 167 more words

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Braille

I’m so proud of my 7 year old son, who received his new Brailler today. Courtesy of #VICTA

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