Sue’s Journal Pages

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3 thoughts on “Sue’s Journal Pages”

  1. Just joined this group. So very glad to know that support is out there if needed and I’m pretty sure we all need strokes.

  2. Sue,
    The relative at Thanksgiving who stated you do not look or act blind is terribly insensitive. That type of rudeness could be related to someone battling cancer and having an ignorant family member say the same thing with no regard to that person’s struggles and fears. If I may be allowed to make a suggestion, carry in your phone a photo of what someone with advance AMD actually can see and not see …….one picture is worth a thousand words and sends a clear understanding of your vision. Better then any explanation in my opinion.

    1. Dear Sharon, this is from Sue: “Thanks for the idea. Over the years I have come to realize we cannot educate everyone. Some people truly are insensitive and trying to make things better is akin to trying to teach a pig to sing. Although I was mightily aggravated, spending some time with “my” kids at school helped to straighten me out. Working in a new classroom, I was told they “liked” my max tv glasses ( really no accounting for taste!) and I had half a dozen kids who wanted to see my other toys. It is easier to mold fresh clay. I spend my effort where I may get results!”

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