Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Remembering and matching

That's it for me!  Now that I am no longer able to see to match my clothes, I need to remember what the colours looked like and then use these reference points to help me match.

So for example:  If someone tells me that there is a pair of grey pants, grey jacket, and a white shirt, I can remember and say yes!  This is going to match.  However, if someone tells me that there is a grey suit and a green shirt to match I'll also remember and say no, it's not for me.

Remembering and matching also helps me when I am dealing with clothes that I used to wear before I lost my vision.  My closet is arranged in the way that I want it to be and I have placed things next to each other in order of how they match.

All I need to do is to ensure that I have everything in their rightful place and that only those who I trust will access my clothes closet.  This being my mom only.

I'm Donna J. Jodhan, your friendly accessibility advocate, wishing you a terrific day.

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