Loosing Faces

Blooming Cataracts In October 2018, I was diagnosed as blind. The optometrist calmly said my sight had reached this status which was enhanced with two growing cataracts. Recently this state has sent me into a world of “blur”. This new condition has led me to learn a new coping strategy, It’s a simple one. This … More Loosing Faces

Training can be more than just a walk around a National Park in the UK.

Over a weekend in February Laura and I made a positive decision to “get up and go”. Our choice of direction was “upwards” and off we set for the most local highest point. This blog is more of a pictorial update rather than the usual 1000 words. I hope you enjoy the videos. When I … More Training can be more than just a walk around a National Park in the UK.

Believe in Change

Most of my Social media friends will not remember life before a bank card especially when we simple placed a four digit code into a machine to pay for it! In my early career I worked on a national project related to selling homes and business. The scheme I was working on was moved sideways … More Believe in Change

Is a picture taken by a blind person any different than someone with good vision.

Recently, I visited London with a group of people from my home town in Devon That are connected to Make the Move and also caught up with Ollie and a friend. The reason behind the trip was for a bit of culture and watch the latest Cirque Du Soleil show called Totem. This is promotional … More Is a picture taken by a blind person any different than someone with good vision.

Changing people’s perception. What does Blind look like to you? The RNIB push for change.

Changing people’s perceptions and opinions can be a struggle and sometimes impossible. This blog is a simple request that you can help me with. This picture went viral, purely because the lady was using her phone with her white stick erected in front of her. Social media got hold of the photo and that was then shared and reshared purely because … More Changing people’s perception. What does Blind look like to you? The RNIB push for change.