2020: More Courage, Self-Control and Joy-December Edition

As I sit down to write this, I feel like I am in disbelief. It just seemed like yesterday I was announcing the theme for this year. This year certainly had its ups and downs. Not just because of the pandemic, but in my personal life. December was a quiet month for me. I showedContinue reading “2020: More Courage, Self-Control and Joy-December Edition”

Do All Blind People Think The Same Tag?

My friend, Cassie from the YouTube channel On The Friz did this tag. She told everyone who has not done the tag to do it so here it goes. In this tag you are supposed to give it a scale from 1-10. 1 being agree 5 being neutral and 10 disagree and then elaborate yourContinue reading “Do All Blind People Think The Same Tag?”

2020: More Courage, Self-control, and Joy-November Edition

November seemed to fly by for me. It started out with me showing courage at my first doctor appointment in four years. I am happy to report that other than a rash, I am healthy. I showed self-Control when I went through my room. I was very honest with myself and what I wanted toContinue reading “2020: More Courage, Self-control, and Joy-November Edition”

Happy Thanksgiving

This year, like many people across the country, Thanksgiving will be celebrated differently. In years past I have gathered with friends at a restaurant. However, this year I will be celebrating it by staying home until my grandpa and I go out to dinner. Looking back on this year my heart fills with thankfulness. IContinue reading “Happy Thanksgiving”

Like Daniel: Into the Lion’s den we go!

Have you ever felt like you were going to be eaten by lions? I sure have! Yet, with faith I overcame this fear. You see, I do not have health insurance and for the past four years I have not seen a doctor. For over the last month I had been calling the low-income clinicContinue reading “Like Daniel: Into the Lion’s den we go!”

HALLOTOBER TAG

I was tagged by Nicola who runs the blog, Parenting in Pain to do the Hallotober Tag. Here are the rules for the tag: The post rules are  Thank the person who tagged you and link to their post. Put the rules are the beginning or after the introduction. Answer the 13 questions. Tag 13Continue reading “HALLOTOBER TAG”

Kayaking For Disabled People (Guest Post by Michelle Williams)

Kayaking for disabled people may seem like a strange sport, but it can be very beneficial to your health. Kayaking is very good exercise that has little or no impact on the body and you can learn many new skills while enjoying the great outdoors. If you are looking for a new experience, then kayaking,Continue reading “Kayaking For Disabled People (Guest Post by Michelle Williams)”

Beyond Sight 101

Welcome to Beyond Sight 101 this is my personal blog where I write and focus on #working on myself #inspiration #motivation #gratefulness and day to day things and what gets me through and so much more regarding being a better version of me! Please follow me to stay up to date with my latest blog posts ☺️

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