Friday, June 14, 2013

Mom’s guiding hands


Her hands are almost always there. To help me find things in the fridge, on my counter top, and around the home. They are there when we go shopping. To help me discover and explore clothes on the rack, shoes on stands, products on the shelves in the pharmacy. They are there as well in the supermarket to help me gently touch the produce and meats. They are there whenever we are walking along and moving around in the malls.

They are there when we walk along the beach, when we are at buffets and when we sit at tables in restaurants. They are there whenever we need to go grocery shopping to bring home the groceries. They are there whenever I need to sign documents and there again whenever I have problems with my remote. In short, they are everywhere and I thank God for them every day.

I’m Donna J. Jodhan, your friendly accessibility advocate, wishing you a terrific day and inviting you to go out there and share my blogs with others. Visit www.acb.org to learn more about the world of blind persons.

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