The purpose of the Triple E Blog is to Educate, Empower and Enlighten you with news, stories and info about the blind and visually impaired community using my life as a focal point.
This month marks the one-year anniversary of my blog, Triple E and I am so excited! I have been a professional blogger since 2013 but rarely did I speak on topics that I was passionate about or in my own voice. Many of my friends, family members and colleagues would read my work and encourage … Continue reading It’s the One Year Anniversary of Triple E →
At the beginning of the year many people focus on their vision, dreams, goals and resolutions. In the past I have made New Year’s resolutions only for them to last a few months afterward. Or I set goals that I quickly forgot about. Or I didn’t set any at all. But in 2012 I stepped … Continue reading How I Created a Vision Board without Vision →
Here I go again back to the polls to vote in Georgia. I have to say this past year was the year of the vote because I participated in 3 elections. First it was the primary in March where I used the new paper ballot machines and right before the coronavirus really struck. Then another … Continue reading Wash, Rinse and Repeat I’m Back to the Polls Again in Georgia →
Well, y’all the year 2020 is a wrap! And boy what a year it has been for all of us. Who what have known all the things that happened this year? Wild fires, hurricanes and floods, police brutality, racial tension, distressing elections and of course the big kahuna COVID-19. I struggle sometimes just to remember … Continue reading Year 2020 is a Wrap! →
I know many people are having a hard time this year because they won’t be able to have that traditional Christmas with their families. The coronavirus has turned our world upside down and many of us are still practicing social distancing, sheltering in place and wearing a facemask. That also means no traveling home for … Continue reading My Traditional Nontraditional Christmas →
Once upon a time there were four frogs. They went for a little hop around town. There was a big hole in front of them, but, unfortunately, they didn’t see it until it was too late. All four of the frogs fell into the hole! Immediately after fallin into the hole, the frogs started jumping … Continue reading Lessons I Learned from a Frog →
This year’s Thanksgiving Day will be one for the history books. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade will be virtual. We are encouraged by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to have small gatherings, remotely or none at all. Black Friday store sales will be more online to avoid large crowds. And even the iconic holiday … Continue reading Giving Thanks During a Pandemic →
I am sitting on my sofa watching the 6 p.m. evening news. The reporter stops the broadcast for a news break about a bombing, police shooting, natural disaster or terroristic attack. The reporter gives all the relative information, i.e. the when, what and why. But the scene is all visual and I can only speculate … Continue reading Audio Description Podcast on Current Events and News Gives Me Visual Perspective →
Today is the day that many people across the country are casting their ballot for our president and other government officials. In the past, I would have been doing the same thing at my local precinct. But not this year! It is way, way too much going on and if you have been watching even … Continue reading I Voted Early in Person for the 2020 Presidential Election →
The true story of a bi-polar American white woman who joins the circus in Vietnam. A young woman who has Cerebral Palsy and a sexworker share an unusual story of love which challenges social norms. An unemployed disabled actress takes a job advising a film star on how to be disabled for his latest role. … Continue reading Enjoyed Three Evenings of Diverse Shorts at the Virtual Superfest Disability Film Festival →
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