Having the proper equipment for any job makes a world of difference, and I’ve found this to be especially true when working with my guide dog, Saint.
For better or worse—and mark my words, it’s most often for worse—I am an all-or-nothing, idealistic pessimist. Just ask my therapist: I’m either a success or an utter failure.
In this post, I discussed why accessibility is an absolute necessity for people living with disabilities. Today, as National Accessibility Week draws to a close, I want to highlight the personal impact accessibility has had on my life.
If writing is like my Daddy’s homemade pancakes for Sunday dinner, making lists are the maple syrup I drown them in. I make lists for everything–to-do lists, grocery lists, clothing inventory lists, even lists to organize my lists. Yes, I am that person. My brain thrives on it to keep me organized, and… it’s fun!