Stories From the Edge of Blindness

In 2002, Retinitis Pigmentosa changed my life. This is my story of a slow approach to darkness.


June 2017

Mobility Training – Day 2 – Good Guide/Bad Guide

Today was my second lesson with Tamar and my husband Joe came with me to get some lessons of his own on how to be a good and helpful Guide Person.  I don't know if Guide Person is the right... Continue Reading →

Mobility Training – Day 1- Down on my Knees

After 6 months on the waiting list, I have finally begun mobility training at the Braille Institute. Although the waiting period gave me time to absorb some of the gravity of my decision to do O&M,  my emotions are running... Continue Reading →

Braille and Other Bumpy Things

÷÷ After my head on collision with the pillar at Sprouts and months of grappling with fear,  anxiety and shame around the idea of mobility training, I finally went to the Braille institute. The decision to go to Braille, as... Continue Reading →


I haven't written a blog piece in ages, but I have been writing a lot of poetry.  My most recently published pieces can now be read in The Furious Gazelle. I will be back to blog soon!!!!!

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