When your 20/20 vision is blurry

The first person with blindness I ever met was Pat, my mother’s high school friend. She had Type II Diabetes and the illness had taken her vision. I learned from Pat how to pour a drink without it spilling over by keeping my clean finger at the rim.

Because of Pat, I spent a summer school break with the Iowa Commission for the Blind volunteering in their lending library of books on tape. I filed manila…

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