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#MeAsWell

#MeAsWell

My mentors are critical of the trajectory of my career.   Apparently, I change jobs too often, sadly many times because of my disability, I’m not a good fit or the employer isn’t a good fit for me, or just blatant discrimination.   My average in a position is less than sixteen months.     The cool side of […]

By February 26, 2018 Read More →
I Don’t Want To Help You

I Don’t Want To Help You

Recently I’ve met a new demographic. Until recently I didn’t understand that there are people who do not want to help. I live with a disability and sometimes need the assistance of another. It’s not that I’ve expected the help and there are some who haven’t helped. Until recently I’ve never encountered people who can […]

By January 28, 2018 Read More →
Voice Over

Voice Over

I’ve been working on starting a career in voice over for several years now. At the beginning of the journey my coaches told me it will take 3 to 4 years depending on how hard you work at it. It took about 4 years for me. I’ve taken many classes for voice over and have […]

By October 2, 2017 Read More →
If You Don’t Know Me By Now…..

If You Don’t Know Me By Now…..

Identity has been a topic of interest for me for a while.    It’s fascinating to me how people interact with me with my disability.    I’m clear on who I am more so than I’ve been for most of my life.   It shocks me how many people get stuck on the disability.   Most of the people […]

Pain

Pain

I would not wish pain on anyone.    I found out when my ankle was rebuilt that I have crushed vertebra L4 and L5 and messed up the disk between them.   I am relived that now I have understanding of the pain and illness I have experience but have not been able to resolve for most […]

Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better!!!

Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better!!!

  I regularly receive the comment, “I didn’t know you were blind!” I am what they call “high functioning”, which has always pissed me off. High functioning is a fancy way of saying I’m not blind, or I’m not blind enough. Lets stick purely with the facts, I am blind; yes I still have some […]