Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Monday, August 25, 2014
I met someone on the bus the other day who lamented my lack of blogging.
I plan to do it regularly again as it helps me find story ideas for storytelling.
If you do want to hear my actual voice and our wonderful radio show which is by, for, and about people with disabilities, please find it at the link below and stay tuned for more blogging.
I may move this blog as it seems to get hacked regularly these days.
Sorry for that.
Don’t click on any links, unless the post says “Posted by Kim”.
Friday, June 13, 2014
Tomorrow, I am one of 18 tellers performing in the iliad. What a great adventure it has been.
I wrote about it in the following article published in a local newspaper.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
I heard this morning that a blind person I know was hit by a car recently. Was not their fault and no one was hurt. it made me stop and think as I traveled the sidewalks and streets this morning. I usually think of traffic as helpful in that its movement allows me to read traffic lights. For example, if there is no audible signal and I arrive at an intersection, I listen for cars moving the way I wish to move. Then I know it is safe to cross. I learned this from a young age and so was not too afraid of traffic. It helped me get around. I have had close calls with bad drivers though which always shakes you up. So glad no one was hurt and thanks to the paramedics for checking out the guide dog and putting the guide dog in the ambulance too.
Monday, June 2, 2014
Thanks for the great responses on the Iliad and my blog post.
Find here some links for more information, blogs, and tickets.
Two Women Productions is one of the presenters of this day-long work.
The two women are our artistic directors and they also blog about their experiences at
Link for ticket master is
It would be wonderful to see you at the performance.
Posted by Kim