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Life Goes On Despite Miller Moths and Facebook Fits

by Abbie Johnson Taylor Here in Sheridan, Wyoming, the sky is dark with clouds that could be an indicator of either smoke or rain. We’re supposed to get a …

Walking In The Woods

by Abbie Johnson Taylor Despite limited vision, I see blue sky, sunshine. A robin’s song fills the air. Gravel crunches beneath my feet. I smell pine, lupin, …

Corporal Punishment

by Abbie Johnson Taylor In the fall of 1968, after my brother Andy was born, I started second grade at the Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind in …

The Red Stuff

by Abbie Johnson Taylor For six years, despite my limited vision, I cared for my late husband, who was totally blind and suffered two strokes that paralyzed …

A Writer’s Destiny

by Abbie Johnson Taylor In January of 2005, I received a letter that changed my life. Being visually impaired, I was in a long-distance relationship with a …

Game Over

by Abbie Johnson Taylor He didn’t leave his heart in San Francisco, the home of the 2014 World Series champion. No, his heart was in Colorado. The Rockies …

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