Friday, February 27, 2015

I know when she has reached the bottom step

This is a technique that Mom and I have recently developed and when I was visiting her for the 2014 Christmas vacation, we somehow managed to perfect it. In reality it is very simple and it works; especially so as Mom has some very steep steps to climb in order to reach the entrance of her home.

So, here is how it works. Each time we leave her house, Mom goes down the stairs in front of me and as she goes she taps lightly on the railing and I can hear her as she goes. I can also feel the vibration of her taps as she does this and it tells me exactly where she is, how far ahead of me she is, and how close she is to the bottom step.

This is the perfect technique for me now that I am unable to see what is in front of me and no one would really know if they were to see us going down the steps.

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