What if everything I do, how I respond or react; my speech, how I treat others, where I go, what I tell my children, who I interact with my husband, how I spend my time, my money,; what if everything had a purpose? A focus? And what if that purpose and focus were bigger than… Continue reading Just Thinking…
As a visually impaired wife, I have to trust my husband, so much. Not just for the normal married couple things, but in almost everything in my life. Here are just some of the ways a blind wife has to trust her husband that, I thin, women with normal vision don't have to think about:… Continue reading Blind Wife Wednesday: I Trust You, A LOT!
The following is the post I've been trying to create since Friday. For some reason it wouldn't include the caption. Here is my update: Update: I am in absolute awe! Who knew with one post and two days we could narrow down specialists to one that is only four hours away from my house! And… Continue reading Update!
So, after training as a missionary, I went on a summer long trip to SE Asia. And though the cultural differences were staggering and the language barrier intense, the biggest issue I faced were the leaders from my own country! If you have a disability and hang around, encounter or are a Christian, you either… Continue reading SE Asian Mission Trip (Part of a Bigger Story)
Whether it's breast or bottle, feeding a baby when you are visually impaired or blind comes with challenges! And I have had to tackle most of them. Let's start with bottles; since that's what I did. For a variety of reasons, I was unable to breast-feed my son. The main reason being, my body wouldn't… Continue reading Blind Mommy Monday: Feeding the Baby