Liz Oleksa | Blind Beauty 5

Liz Oleksa | Blind Beauty 5 “I had lost my sight in September 2012 from Diabetic Retinopathy. Logan (son) had seen how I went from living my life as a person who was sighted and had no self-confidence, to being a person with no physical sight and finally being proud of who I am. Finally, IContinue reading “Liz Oleksa | Blind Beauty 5”

Angie Roberts | Blind Beauty 4

Angie Roberts | Blind Beauty 4 “Often people think because you’re blind you can’t make yourself look good. I love fashion and accessories, I have odd eyes but never wear my prosthetic lens. I love to be different one brown eye one blue grey, I wear my make up and go about my day!” ~AngieContinue reading “Angie Roberts | Blind Beauty 4”

Christina M Holtz | Blind Beauty 3

Christina M Holtz | Blind Beauty 3 “A guide. I never seek a lifeboat but instead, I seek a Lighthouse. I seek trusted people who can guide and remind me that the light I no longer see is still there. I find people who has light coming from their hearts that I can see fromContinue reading “Christina M Holtz | Blind Beauty 3”

Holly Bonner | Blind Beauty 2

Holly Bonner | Blind Beauty 2 I’m not the West Side Story, “I feel pretty” kind of girl. Since losing my eyesight, beauty has been more about how I feel and less about what I look like. I prefer to be “pretty smart,” “pretty kind”, a “pretty good mother.” ~Holly Bonner, Blind Motherhood Holly isContinue reading “Holly Bonner | Blind Beauty 2”

Becky Peterson Andrews | Blind Beauty 1

Becky Peterson Andrews | Blind Beauty 1 “I walk into a stop sign, which forces me to take action around my failing vision. This literal sign required me to stop and reevaluate my current circumstances and make some changes in my life. “If I’d been waiting for a sign that I needed a cane, well, I’dContinue reading “Becky Peterson Andrews | Blind Beauty 1”

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