Girl on a Bench Sees Visions of Butterflies It’s a warm day near the end of August. A little dark-haired girl sits alone on a wooden bench looking straight ahead. She peers silently out over her world, and … Continue reading →
Pennsylvania author and fiber artist, Lynda McKinney Lambert, writes about her struggle to regain her skills in knitting after sudden sight loss in 2007. In this post, she has challenged herself to be able to knit a pair of socks again. She is inspired to keep on trying to overcome this challenge and has purchased some beautiful new yarn that she hopes will be turned into socks in the future. Can she do it? How long will it take for her to reach her goal?Continue reading →
I began to learn how to walk using the inner vision that we all have. It has been an EXTRAORDINARY journey from my sudden loss of sight in October 2007 to this day 2 years later.
That is how long it took for me to re-learn just about everything in my life to the point where I can once again use a computer and communicate through my writing.
I will write this blog to share my journey, “Walking by Inner Vision: is now my new MANTRA.