This week, I had the pleasure of co-presenting at the Spring ADA Paratransit Conference with my friend and fellow blogger Keith Edgerton. I felt instantly at ease alongside this seasoned public speaker as we shared our experiences of using public transportation with visual impairment. Each year a transit authority from one of Washington’s Counties puts on the event. 39 out of 40 counties were represented at this conference held in my hometown of Leavenworth. Talk about a short commute!
Photo Description: Jenelle (left) and Keith (right) standing outside in Leavenworth with the Cascade Mountains in the background. Continue reading
Joy and Jenelle laughing and holding hands at Aliso Creek Beach in Orange County, CA.
Loyal, lovely readers, our apologies for the scarce posts in recent months. We’ve received emails from some readers checking in on us, and we appreciate your encouragement. You, our courageous tribe, are why we will continue to write amidst bustling schedules. And we thank you for taking time out of your busy lives to stop by Doublevision blog.
Joy and Jenelle’s young children smiling in front of a fountain.
We are actually writing this post together IN PERSON, as Jenelle is visiting Joy in sunny SoCal for a couple weeks. Our kids are getting lots of cousin time building sand castles and soaking in Vitamin D while we catch up and enjoy our time together.
Today we’d like to loop back to a topic that everyone LOVES to talk about (insert sarcastic undertone here). We’ve written posts on it and spoke on a podcast about it and its relationship to blindness. While it’s not something that most people deal with daily, it does have a way of Continue reading