Sure, she’s blind — and she’s so much more

This is not the first time I’ve had cause to ponder the meaning of my blindness. It’s a question that crops up often in conversations with friends, in interviews, and when I first meet people. So I’ve given it a significant amount of thought and have no reservations in saying that my blindness has no meaning in my life – none at all. You see, I am not defined by my blindness. It is simply part of who I am, just as the fact that I have brown hair is … Continue reading Sure, she’s blind — and she’s so much more