Hello readers, I am completing my three "clashes" with police who approached me because I look drunk, when in fact I am Deaf-Blind, with severe ataxia. The first incident of noteworthy happened in the mid 1980's. For your reading pleasure, it is here The Police File (I can't seem to link other published works yet...) … Continue reading The Police File: Crunch on Church
This will be a short blog; just an update really. After 13 years in Ontario, and 9 years in Toronto, my family and I relocated back to the Lower Mainland, Vancouver! We are living with my mom in her "big" townhouse in a housing co-operative, with a goal to eventually move into a bigger unit. … Continue reading Good bye Toronto, Hello Vancouver!
Hi there readers: I have been getting used to my new laptop, and learning about zoomtext, a challenge. Getting back to work on my blog is top drawer, right up there with packing! I was considering switching to another blog site, because I want to start earning money from blogging. One blog site has a … Continue reading Getting inspired
Hello readers, I'm sitting in a nice chair in a family members house in central Sudbury just staring into space. Pow! Why not add a blog? Sure! Being Deaf-Blind with Ataxia can be pretty frustrating and pretty funny too! I am the only one who is disabled, my oldest son who inherited CAPOS is, right … Continue reading Blogging from Sudbury!
Hello readers, This past weekend, I met with my ataxia friends for lunch. Our conversation covered a lot of ground, but it touched on the topic turned to "drunkishness", and how we Ataxians can seem drunk, when, in fact, we are far from it. With that inspiration, I've decided to write about some experiences when … Continue reading The police file
... that someone is taking advantage of you? I'd like to know from you on this topic! Yesterday night i went to see a movie, I had a free movie admission ticket, which was excellent to see Fate of the Furious in UltraAVX surround sound, superb sound quality for a Deaf-Blind guy like me. And … Continue reading do you ever get the feeling…
So, this morning I decided to grab a breakfast sandwich at Tim Hortons, Canada's go-to establishment for coffee & donuts. I went to a small TH shop within a grocery store. I've been to this TH many times, and had the worker, , let's call her "Cathy", serve me many times. Being DeafBlind, I use … Continue reading How not to deal with Deaf customers