Many people reflect on changes to make in the new year. Since this is a blog about the experience of a blind individual, I will put forth curtersy rules when interacting with the blind.
People don’t have conversations often with a blind person. When they do, they may need some guidelines of what to do and not do. The braille group I belong to thought the curtersy rules from the Federation For The Blind a good starting point to open a line of communication.
These few rules will go a long way to accepting differences in each other without invading another’s personal space.We can all use a little help from our friends.
Speaking of friends, I would like to take this time to thank my regular readersof this blog. Your comments and likes make me write a better blog for you.
I would like to thank the readers who fly occasional with me. I hope to see you as a regular reader soon.
Finally, I wish to thank my family and friends that drop in and offer encouragment and corrections. Special thanks to my husband, John who cuts, paste and reads my blog before publishing. You make my day.
long to be heard,
open conversations with each other,
good exchange of thoughts and ideas.