Friday, August 22, 2014

Getting ready for a renovation

This is probably one of the most challenging things for me to deal with now that my vision is almost gone. At the best of times it is difficult for anyone but when you are blind and vision is not available then I have to muster up all of my energy and mental faculties to help me.

In short, I have to be on the ball and I have to be super organized. I have to label my boxes in Braille. I have to place my boxes and furniture in such a way that I would be able to find them at a moment's notice. Everything has to be in ship shape order so that I do not get confused and disoriented when time comes for me to put back everything. Thank God that Mom was with me last November 2013 when I had to move and put back everything.

Mom seemed to understand my dilemma and she was right there beside me to help. What would I do without her? Thank you, Mom!

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