Tag Archives: memory

Learning the Hard Way

Blindness made everything harder except hitting my thumb with  a hammer.  Nothing came easy.  Tasks I used to skate through were now frustrating and burdensome.  This steepening learning curve seemed inevitable and unredeemable.  In every way, blindness took on the … Continue reading

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My View from the Balcony

If you think blind life is invisible, think again. Though I lack a view from my balcony, I think visually.  In my photography days, I created my world view by my choice of film. Kodachrome shouted red; Ektachrome whispered blue … Continue reading

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Dreamland

Can you sing the song by Roy Orbison?  It goes:A candy-colored clown they call the sandmanTiptoes to my room every night,Just to sprinkle stardust and to whisper,“Go to sleep, everything is all right.” Unlike my wife, I am untroubled by … Continue reading

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