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“My lack of vision limits me … and yet, it is that very thing that pushes me forward.” ~Amy Bovaird
Description: Featured image is a mock magazine cover titled Blind Beauty. Amy and the president of the Lion’s Club are on the cover standing next to one another in front of navy curtains and the American Flag is to their right.
Blocks of text superimposed on Amy’s photo are: “Bold | She Keeps Pressing Onward,” “Blind | She Has Deeper Insight,” “Beautiful | She Sees To The Heart Of Others.”
“White Cane Rules of the Road kicks off with a card (printed in large type for low-vision persons—and in braille for blind persons) as part of an information packet about boldblindbeauty.com. The card was designed as a high-level overview to inform the public on the variations of the White Cane Law throughout the United States.” Continue reading
Okay so this is a little embarrassing. You know how I said in my previous post from earlier today that I would be doing another post later in the day? Well, I lied.
Phew, it felt so good to get that off my chest. Here’s the thing, when I posted the earlier post I was unaware that there would be an article coming out on Blindness Awareness month and #AbbyOnTheMove. So boy was I surprised not only was an article coming out, but it was being published today.
So without further ado here we go:
I was headed to Pittsburgh, PA for an appointment with an eye specialist and afterward planned to meet up with a vision-impaired peer advisor I knew from my work at VisionAware, an outreach of the American Foundation for the Blind. continue reading