The Magic Eyes of a Guide Dog! Oh dear!! I really had no idea that I was so very behind in blogging! I’ve just re-read the last one to refresh my memory and discovered that it was back in May…. Read more…Magic Eyes and New Adventures
We did it! Wow, We’ve become a qualified partnership. Gosh time sure does fly when you’re so fully occupied! This Guide Dog training malarkey is super full-on keep-you-busy stuff! The training has continued well, with Alan coming to us every… Read more…Qualified Partnership – We Did It!
A Change of Plan Oops! I didn’t realise quite how much time had elapsed since my last blog! Alan’s holiday week came and went and we have had to have a change of plan. Originally, after his week off, Alan… Read more…Change of Plan – Training Ongoing
Training Update Here we are at the end of week 4 of training and it is going very well indeed. It isn’t a total bed of roses. But even a beautiful flowerbed needs some stinky stuff to make it truly… Read more…Further Tales of Training
Tails and Training Warning – This could be a long tale so, put the kettle on, make a cuppa and get yourself comfy! Then we shall begin… This has been a long time coming – both the blog and the… Read more…A Tale of Tails and Training
Sense and Sensibility No, not Sense and Sensibility the book. We are talking awareness and understanding. Our five senses and the world around us. Sense: “An ability to understand, recognize, value, or react to something, especially any of the five… Read more…Sense and Sensibility
“Mummy, what’s that stick for?” A question often heard by blinkies using a white cane. A very good question in my opinion. I do love the innocent curiosity of children. They so often ask the questions that adults want to,… Read more…What’s That Stick For?
How I see the world In September 2011, when I had undergone that vast array of tests and scans, the Consultant Ophthalmologist determined that I was right on the line between VI and SVI. It was only my right eye… Read more…“You Don’t Look Blind” Part 2
“You Don’t Look Blind!” I’ve not yet found a suitable quip to answer this often-received comment. I’m not certain if it is a good thing or a bad thing to appear differently from the way people expect. I’m not entirely… Read more…“You Don’t Look Blind” Part 1
I guess a good place to start is a bit of introduction. Well, I am that crazy woman who has tunnel vision and lives in a long metal tube. Apt maybe… OK, let me explain: I am Tracey. I come… Read more…A Little About Me.