What is it like to be half blind?
Seeing through the latticework
and taking the time to make
it become a whole picture.
What’s it like to read half blind?
Putting pieces together
and using a text reader
as often as possible.
How do I feel about it?
Thankful to have any sight
to witness the colors of
sunset, sunrise and clear skies.
….and as we have discussed before, you and I have more than a great percentage of the population. AND we have friends and family willing to assist….and are not homeless, friendless, and at the mercy of people that don’t know or understand us. I didn’t mean a lecture here, only the thoughts that came to mind when viewing this. I have to keep pulling my bootstraps up, and this blog reminds me that I am in better shape that many others. Beautiful job, sis. Keep it up, many of us need to realize that the cup is half FULL.
“Seeing through the lattice work” spoke volumes too me! Love this piece 🙂
Due to several reasons, I have holes in my visual field. On bad days, letters look like tiny pieces of uncooked spaghetti sprawled on the page. Text readers are a great invention!
Wonder what it would be like if you went to Holland and engulfed yourself in all those spectacular flowers … 🙂
I have 4 O’clocks planted in the front yard. I love to walk out the door, put my nose to a flower and inhale the scent. It’s one of my favorite things to do. 🙂