A classroom full of words

“Careful words make for a careful life; careless talk may ruin everything.”- Proverbs 13:3 God has once again put me in a classroom. The lesson is about words, forgiveness and setting boundaries. Let me set the scene. Late Saturday night I posted a post about people fighting cancer. I went to bed not thinking anythingContinue reading “A classroom full of words”

Long Lost Friends Connected Through Technology

“I have been given complete authority in heaven and on earth. Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the father and the Son and the Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19) If you watched my baptism video, you know my seeds of faith started when my middle school friend KayleighContinue reading “Long Lost Friends Connected Through Technology”

Five Key Tips To Help Your Student Succeed In School

Sign your visually impaired student up for Bookshare.org: Bookshare.org has thousands of books that your child can access. The best part of this is if your student is in K-college they can have a membership for free. If a student needs a book for school, and it is not already available on Bookshare, a requestContinue reading “Five Key Tips To Help Your Student Succeed In School”

2019: October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

Dyslexia was a word that I didn’t understand much as a child. As a second-grade student I went once a day to sound out letters, write letters and to practice reading. I didn’t understand why I was sent to this classroom. All I knew was that I thought the class was boring. Day after dayContinue reading “2019: October is Dyslexia Awareness Month”

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”

National Dyslexia Month…What It Means to Me

“Hey Alexa, spell the word Dyslexia,” I requested my Amazon Echo Alexa. “Sorry, I don’t know that one,” Alexa response. Once again, I request the spelling. D-Y-S-l-E-X-I-A… Dyslexia was the diagnosis I received when I was in the second grade. Back then my mother and teachers could not figure out why I was struggling toContinue reading “National Dyslexia Month…What It Means to Me”

National Cerebral Palsy Day (2018)

October 6 is this year’s National Cerebral Palsy Day. I was born premature weighing just 1 pound 5 ounces and was only 12 inches long. Part of the effect of my early birth is that I have mild Cerebral Palsy. According to National Institute of Neurological Disorders and stroke, (Cerebral Palsy) “Refers to a groupContinue reading “National Cerebral Palsy Day (2018)”

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