March 2016

Thank you Annie

Photo of a girl with a white cane

I went to school at a school for the blind, much like ours here in Wisconsin. There I was surrounded by children who had some kind of visual impairment. That was, however, the only thing we had in common. Some were older than I was, some were younger. Some were smarter, more popular, or better in sports. We were just like students in every other school. For us, being blind or having a visual impairment was normal.