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A Song To Usher In The Weekend

I could go on and on about my friend Libby Thaw, a gifted singer, performer and all around awesome person but I’ll let the song and the article do the talking.

Checkered Eye founder commandeers Canadian music talent for awareness campaign

Picture of Libby Thaw posed seated on a chair with legs crossed in what looks like a white chamber. Libby Thaw, founder of The Checkered Eye Project has been raising awareness about the wearable symbol for 17 years and her latest inspiration came by way of a song with the hopes of further boosting understanding.

The symbol, often worn in the form of a button or a patch, indicates that its wearer, like Thaw, has low vision or vision impairment. Continue reading


  1. Great song as part of a unique, creative way to promote awareness. Libby rocks!

  2. Thank you Wendy. Libby is so talented and I’m so lucky to have her in my life. She came all the way from Canada to stay with me a couple of years ago to assist me in my fundraising efforts for the Foundation Fighting Blindness.

  3. I like the song! She sings very well. I love the harmonica at the beginning (and subtly throughout) too. I’ve always loved the sound of it in songs.

  4. What a clever way of promoting and raising awareness about vision impairment! Libby also has an ‘easy-listening’ voice and sounds like a dynamic lady. Bouquets to you for your hand in promoting this Steph! 👍🏻🌹

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