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MIND THE GAP

“Mind the gap” is a warning phrase issued to rail passengers in the United Kingdom (and elsewhere) to take caution while crossing the gap between the train door and the station platform.  There were

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How we see it

How We See It By: Christina Loveless and Alison Loyd

Have you ever actually walked in someone else’s shoes? What would you do if you could see what others see? How do you compare what you see to something you’ve never seen? In this blog, we’ll

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WATCH YOUR STEP! By Alison Loyd

Have you ever seen a big puddle, but stepped in it before you could stop yourself? Or worse – dog poop? As someone who is legally blind, people are always warning me of these kinds of things. Sometimes

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Get a Buggy! By: Alison Loyd

It was 5 days before Christmas. I decided to brave TJ Maxx HomeGoods for the last of my shopping. Two hours later, I’m in the rather long checkout line. Ten registers, one queue line, an aisle of

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Let Go my Soul

“Let Go My Soul” By: Duncan Barrett Brown

“Letting go” seems to be a topic that we frequently hear but rarely grasp. At least that was the case for me, until I had no other options than to completely surrender my life. I was always the kid

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Life Experience

Learning from Experience

In my career in Land Surveying, which spans 37 years, I’ve learned a lot about the profession. To say I’ve reached the destination of knowing enough would be a stretch for sure, but to say I’ve learned

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The Right Perspective

The Right Perspective By: Alison Loyd

People all over the country debate politics, religion, and morality. My friends?  We debate over the location of a bathroom. Four years ago, two friends and I were at the Rose and Crown Tavern when one

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listen and Learn

Listen and Learn

Listen. Apologize. Solve. Thank. Listen. Listen patiently. Listen attentively. There’s nothing frustrating like having a thought or ideas and having the listener ignore you or maybe not quite “connected.”

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Back to School for Moms

Back to School….for Moms

Do you have a child just starting their first day of Kindergarten?  Are they in middle school or high school?  Are they beginning their senior year of High School or they just graduated and they are

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Getting Stuck

Getting Stuck

I was asked what I do when I get stuck, and it has taken me a few days to really think about it. I am very fortunate; I have an internal drive that many do not have.  I wish it was as easy as that, but

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