Putting on My Face

If I have one complaint about the loss of my vision it would be that it takes so long to do the simplest of things. Take this video for example. Shooting it was no problem, uploading it was no problem, editing – this was a HUGE problem and for today I cannot overcome it.

…Oh well, to avoid further delay in posting today I’ve uploaded the video to the blog as-is.

Another note worth mentioning, since I am in the process of packing and relocating my posting schedule may be impacted this month as I attempt to keep myself sane. I will make every attempt to continue posting with as little interruption as possible however I wanted to give you a “heads up.”

“A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.” ~Nelson Mandela

 

 

Author: Steph McCoy

Hi I'm Steph, a businesswoman, style setter, blogger, and abilities crusader who breaks the myth that “blind people can’t be fashionable.” “It’s about walking boldly with confidence, transcending barriers and changing the way we perceive blindness”

6 thoughts on “Putting on My Face”

  1. I am one wiman that never got into makeup. I think because I didnt want to have my money divided between makeup and clothing. My routine is abc simple, and when I go out, I may attempt a little bit more…but not much.

    This was a great video and you look beautiful!

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  2. I can’t get the video to play on my cell (it doesn’t support that) but will watch it later. Just wanted to give you positive energy and tell you that you always look divine! Stay sane with the upheaval around you (easier said than done, I know!) but you have such a radiant spirit. It will serve you well! Take care, Stephanie

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    1. Hey Steph, thank so much for the positive vibes. I was so disgusted with trying to edit the video I thew in the towel. Thank goodness I have my posts automatically posting to facebook b/c one of my designer friends picked up on my frustration and has offered his assistance going forward.

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