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My fiancé and I have finally set a date for our wedding Saturday, May 18! We got engaged back in August of 2017 and simply cannot wait to be married to one other.

Growing up in Cat Island, a small out island in the Bahamas, I had this idealized vision of how I wanted...

On September 10, 2012 James Sparhawk had a complete freak accident . He was too close to the edge on a roof of a 2 story house porch he was working on and fell. Due to his injuries , James became a complete T-10 paraplegic. 

For a whole year , James stayed dep...

Joshua Geddis served in the Navy from August 2005 - November 2017. Josh was a Seabee doing construction all over the world. He built thing from Colleges to clean water station in countries that desperately needed it. In January 2017 on the last of his five deployments...

February 15, 2019

My name is Alyson Duncan. I am a daughter, a sister, an aunt and a Spina Bifida warrior. I was born with Spina Bifida Myelomeningocele. Life hasn't always been easy, but I try to make the best of the days i'm given.

Imagine being married to the love of your life and e...

February 15, 2019

You don’t know when, you don’t know how…but, you know it will.

Each day goes by, turning into a week, a month…a year.

Moments of happiness, moments of sadness and…moments in between.

Regardless thereof…the aching pain inside your head reminds you of your own reality...

February 15, 2019

I have thought about the question, “Where do I belong? The sighted world or the world of the visually impaired?” I have asked this question several times during my life ever since I received my first large print book, and then again after I got my first low vision magn...

February 15, 2019

When I said before that there’s never a dull moment with this condition, I should have added that “There’s always something new to learn about, that you haven’t heard of before”.

My family and I have recently moved to Brisbane, Australia. A new job, family and the hope...