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When I was told I would go blind, I got angry.  At thirty-five, I was still operating under the delusion I had control over my life.  But that dose of fear and pain enraged me.  . First, I got mad … Continue reading

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That Ain’t Blind, The Sequel

Please follow this link to read part one of “That Ain’t Blind” “What’s on your mind?” asked my friend. “I’m a mess,” I said.  “I sabotaged a human connection by a silly resentment.  Then I castigated myself for being human.  … Continue reading

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