I am Curious

I had a thought.

I’ve filled the last couple posts with interesting, challenging, or difficult experiences. I have multitudes of these stories, however, if I only fill my posts with stories like this, it might get a little monotonous to read. Then, I thought, every time I actually talk to someone about my experience, they have tons of questions and curiosities of how I go about my daily life, how I accomplish certain tasks etc.. Heck, I have loads of questions for other blind folks myself.

So, what I want to know is…….what do you want to know?

Tell me what topics you’d like me to cover. Ask me questions that you are curious about. I wish to be an open book here, about the way I “see” the world, anyway. I’d love to devote posts to answering your questions, to mix up this thing a bit šŸ™‚

I’ve grown so used to doing things differently, and it becomes so ordinary, that I forget that others may be curious.

So…tell me what you want to know! Post a comment on this page, send me an email to rebekah.m.cross@gmail.com, Facebook message me (if we’re friends on there), and I’ll save the topics and thoroughly answer your questions in future posts šŸ™‚

Some examples of topics could be: How do you do your makeup? What do you do about reading? What is one annoying thing about the visual world? (mind you, those are just examples)

We’ll see how this little experiment goes!

7 thoughts on “I am Curious

  1. I never thought, but some of your example questions did strike some curiosity in me!
    1) How do you do your makeup?
    2) How do you use a computer/cell phone/tablet–any special software?
    3) What is one of your biggest hardships with your vision that is pretty simple for the average person?

  2. Hi, Becca
    I was wondering what type of work you do, it seems like such a job to just to get to work everyday. And I also wonder how you manage this blog, writing and such..I think you are amazing, but I know what you mean when you say, you find ways to do things and they become very common to you, I have been layed up for four years, either in a wheelchair or bed, from a bad fall I had, and it is amazing what you can do when you have to. You do inspire me to stay strong..so you are accomplishing one of the goals of this blog. Thank you, (your 2nd cuz) Marion

    1. Aw, this comment warmed my heart.
      I can’t imagine what you have had to learn to do differently and what you’ve had to adjust in your own life. You must be an incredibly strong person!!!
      Thanks for asking me some questions šŸ™‚ I am happy to answer anything! Just posted a new blog that will answer these questions.
      Stay strong!! -Bekah

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