Writing my book…one word at a time

For the past few months, I have been re writing my book. Ever since the loss of my hard drive back in November. I had to go back to a previous saved copy of my book. Therefore, I have not been doing a lot of extra writing projects. My goal is to finish this book.Continue reading “Writing my book…one word at a time”

Happy Nystagmus Awareness Day!

Nystagmus Awareness Day (2020) Today is Nystagmus Awareness Day! Nystagmus is the eye condition that I was born with. If you have not heard of the condition know that it is a rare condition that affects, according to Nystagmus Network “1 in 1000 people have Nystagmus.”  Nystagmus is an eye condition where the eye constantlyContinue reading “Happy Nystagmus Awareness Day!”

My top five suggested school supplies for Visually Impaired Students

Across the world many students are returning to the classroom. For some parents this may be the first time their child who has a visual impairment may be getting a formal education. I have seen on many support groups that you want to help your child be as successful as possible. To help with thisContinue reading “My top five suggested school supplies for Visually Impaired Students”

International Nystagmus Awareness Day (2019)

Nystagmus is a medical condition that many people haven’t heard of before. Nystagmus is an eye condition where the eyes move in a vertical, horizontal and sometimes circular pattern. There is no cure and it can impact someone’s life in many different ways.  I was born with Nystagmus. I am not alone. I have metContinue reading “International Nystagmus Awareness Day (2019)”

Amanda Gene Tries UK Candy

“I need an Aero bar-I am craving English candy!” I posted to my Facebook page. Seeing my status my friend, Sara wrote me a private message saying she would have some goodies delivered.  I excitedly checked the mailbox every day, and one cold evening it finally came.  I ran into my house full of excitement!Continue reading “Amanda Gene Tries UK Candy”

Nystagmus Awareness Day 2018: Nystagmus in the open

As I sat there in our living room with tears running down my cheeks, I asked my mom, when I was 15-years-old, “Why aren’t the doctors looking for a cure? I want to be able to drive.” My mom did not know the answer about any treatment plans. Now at age 30, I still doContinue reading “Nystagmus Awareness Day 2018: Nystagmus in the open”

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