A brighter & lighter side of life

Karo Caran

Credits: Tabbi2 at http://survivingpaloalto.wordpress.com/2013/10/24/now-this-is-the-way-to-layer/comment-page-1/#comment-354

So I was walking to meet Victor at the train station, and my thoughts wondered thousands off miles away, where my mom lives. We had had a long chat today, the content of which made me feel sad and sorry for her current circumstances. So imagine my surprise when Tabbi2, an artist and blogger came up to me and asked if she could feature my photo on her blog. She really liked the way I matched my clothes, she said.

I’m the last person in the world to see myself through the prism of a disability, but in this case, I thought this could help others to just be themselves and follow their own tastes/passions/dreams. In legal docs I’m always referred to as “legally blind,” which always cracks me up, and I call myself “partially sighted.” And, as this little incident shows, a little sight can go a long way. 🙂

A link will take you to Tabbi2’s blog post:
http://survivingpaloalto.wordpress.com/2013/10/24/now-this-is-the-way-to-layer/comment-page-1/#comment-354

Karo

Karo

Karo Caran, the Rainbow Poetess, is a poet and a non/fiction writer. Her novel, "Breaking the silence: A story in paintings" focuses on the censorship of art and gay relationships in the postwar, communist Poland. Her poetry-based memoir, "Life in a Footnotes" will be published this summer.
Karo
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