I remember it as a blatant lie. The short-legged will not make marathon winners, the blind will not make a living by painting, the deaf will not be first chair violinists.
MissPriss - April 27, 2016, 10:10 pm,
Thanks for sharing Em' There are severely disabled people that beat the odds. There is a blind man that does incredible paintings and a deaf man that plays cello that can bring tears to your eyes. Almost anything is possible.
EmilioDumphque - April 29, 2016, 2:39 am,
Not in my experience. For instance, I wanted to be a fighter pilot, buy my faulty eyes meant they would never waste time training me. I understand that.
MissPriss - April 30, 2016, 12:16 am,
Just saying there are those that are the exception. Sorry to hear about your situation. Wish it could of been a different outcome for you.
mizzdizz - May 28, 2016, 10:30 pm,
HAHAHAHA! Good 1 Prissy!I have a friend who's blind. He taught me how to successfully pull weeds and a few other every day things that I can do in the dark----great way to prank the nosy neighbor! Yes, still being stupid! Its great fun!
MissPriss - May 29, 2016, 12:50 pm,
"and a few other every day things that I can do in the dark" I can only think of one...teehee.
mizzdizz - May 29, 2016, 3:03 pm,
...That too! REEAAALLLY loud...with additional sound effects!!!!! ROTFL!!!! I have blackout curtains---- yup. yup.!!!! Its fun to freak out people who don't mind their own business! LOL!