Welcome back to The Invisible Vision Project’s second episode of Blind Girl Problems #2. In this episode, it is a continuation of the first episode which is titled: Blind Girl Problems Series #1, (click the link to read the first episode if you haven’t already)and of course, with the second episode, it has more #BlindGirlProblems moments taken from The Invisible Vision Project’s Facebook page. So, let’s get started:
Too sighted to be blind; and yet too blind to be sighted.
I don’t see well in two circumstances: when it is to bright AND when it is too dark.
I cannot tell distance…so every time I encounter something that appears to be ‘in my way,’ I’d always assume that it’s right in front of me, even though I’m still very far away from that object.
Don’t shout out my name in public and expect me to respond, because I’m sorry for I cannot see.
walked into a post office to look for the library….
there should be rules made for bikers/skateboarders to stop at stop signs, so they don’t scare the innocent #blindgirl.
I may be blind…but I’m not deaf… #sadblindgirl
It can be shocking to hear voices in the room when you are the only person in it. (blind girl with adaptive technology problem).
Is having one of those constantly spilling a glass of water kind of days…
I whacked myself on the forehead with my guiding cane….#ouch #bumponhead
People can see me better than I can see them. And yet, they still refuse to move out of my way.
Do not direct me with “come here” or “go there,” because I have no idea where “here” or “there” is.
The awkward feeling when: someone is being overly helpful; and also when they are not being helpful at al…
some dark loking trees looked like spooky little ghost to the eyes of a #blindgirl.
crazy cyclists are a hazard to the poor #blindgirl who was just trying to cross the road safely.
High-techs are awesome when they work smoothly and well. However, it can be really sad when they don’t work well as they should!
Getting dropped off at the wrong bus station, in a complete unfamiliar place…is both frustrating and frightening.
Why should there ever have a pot of plant, or a humongous rock placed right in the middle of the road…..
Asking someone to look for something for me; it turned out, I am standing right in front of what I was looking for!
Guiding a visually impaired person is not to drag them by the sleeve, and without even asking for permission first!
So, this concludes this episode of Blind Girl Problems Series #2. I really hope you enjoyed reading them!
By: The Invisible Vision Project