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My Kindred Spirit In Sight Loss

A Banner Week

Collage of Holly Bonner and her two adorable little daughters who are wearing pink and blue Abigail Style tee shirts.
Holly Bonner and daughters Nuala (pink) and Aoife (blue)

What began as a blase week has turned into one that reminds me that I have purpose. The following was written by a woman I greatly admire, respect and am honored to call her a very good friend of mine.

Eight months ago, when I decided to take the plunge into the world of blogging, I had absolutely no idea what I was doing. All I had was an idea and the hope that someone out there in the vast Internet universe would appreciate my humor about blindness and motherhood. Continue Reading…

Have a Happy & Safe Memorial Day Weekend! 🙂

17 thoughts on “My Kindred Spirit In Sight Loss

  1. It seems she knows you as well as I do.

    1. Yes, Holly and I clicked from our first email exchange and it was very similar to when I met you and Susan the first time.

  2. As always Steph, a stunning and inspiring post. Both you and your friend are beautiful, outstanding, inspirational woman. Having lived with my mom’s issues with her vision, I am always so touched with your sharing. Hugs x

    1. Thank you Lynne! It does my heart good when I hear comments like this <3

  3. Brilliant post, great that you’re sharing this. By the way, do you use braille or interested in learning? I went to a conference a couple of weeks ago (in Australia), and found out about UEB, which apparently is accessible by people with low vision. It a course on learning braille and it’s free UEB Online”.

    1. Hi Dina, thank you for coming by and commenting. I do not know Braille and while I did think about learning a little its not something I’m fired up about mainly because I don’t know if I can cram any more into this brain of mine. I will look into the free online course though, I seem to recall hearing something similar from one of my friends. What did you think of the conference?

      1. Loved the conference. Here is some information about it. It’s held once a year. I find out all sorts of things, and reminds me just how important legibility is in my graphic design work.

      2. Oh cool thank you Dina.

  4. A lovely post. Such a reminder to count my blessings.

    1. Thank you Robyn! Have a ni e weekend! 😄

  5. A wonderful post and share. It just goes to show how far a little bit of determination and a positive attitude can go. You are both inspiring. 🙂 Have a wonderful long weekend. <3

    1. Thank you for your kindness <3

  6. Thank you for sharing that, Steph! You and Holly are both amazing and inspiring people!

    1. Thank you for coming by and reading Tanya, I really appreciate you spending some time here. Have a great weekend!! 🙂

  7. I left a comment on the original site, Steph, but I just thought I should mention here too that I enjoyed reading it. I thought your friend’s positive attitude was great. 🙂

    1. Thank you Bun for reading and letting me know of your comments. Holly is an amazing person and I’m so blessed to have met her and have her as part of my life.

      1. She came across as a very nice person. Her kids looked very cute in your tee-shirts, by the way. 🙂

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