FIRST of all I would like to say that I am blind and have to utilize "Text-To-Speech Recognition" along with headphones and a mic. in order to be able to use the computer.so please bare with me if I over look or misunderstand something that is written or a comment that I make. I consider myself to be energetic, fun, loyal, loving, compassionate, animal lover, dependable, stubborn, strong-willed, OCD, I am also a Proud owner of my first Guide Dog which I received FREE of charge from Pilot Dogs, INC. July 2013. He is a Male Boxer named "Willy".
I love to Mob Dance. Can't do it anymore due to being blind.
You get what you get when you do what you do.
What Gives Me Hope
My animals. Definately NOT people!
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by
Anialate the rich!
What/who changed my life and why
The loss of my Father & the suicide of my mother when I was 11yrs. old and losing my brothers and sisters to the Orphanage Foster Care Program. I have never been able to find them. Losing my five year old due to a drunk driver. She was my only child. The Military!
Being blind myself & just acquired a Guide Dog in 7/13 I want it known that Guide Dogs are FREE to anyone who is "Legally Blind" or has less than a 20% field of Vision. There are several Guide Dog Schools in the USA and a person may go to the site of "Guide Dog Users, INC" for a list of all of the Credited Guide Dog Schools. It takes $40 - $60,000 to train these dogs.
ALL of these Schools run solely on Donations & provide a great Service to those of us who are Blind that allow us to take back our self-respect, pride, freedom & in dependency. Please consider making a donation to the Lions Club or one of these Schools.
Hundreds of boaters came to the rescue of New Yorkers desperate to leave Manhattan on 9/11. In honor of the thousands of victims, and the many many Hero's who risked and gave their lives that day, please watch, enjoy and share this amazing video.
.. just thinking of you & hoping and praying for you to recover soon... I love this picture of Willie... he's a fighter like his moma ! BIG HUGS & I'll call you this week.
Enjoy some music ... xxx rosemary
THANK YOU FOR THE GREEN STAR.....This is Bolivia. The Pujllay is a historical dance from the area of ââYampara (indigenous people). Pujllay means to play or dance. The unique shoe is called cascabeles and has a large bell on the back to go along with the music. So add some dance or play into your life every day.
THANK YOU FOR THE GREEN STAR....
Alborada is a music group inspired by the Andean folklore founded in 1984 by Sixto Aybar in Ocobamba, Peru. Many of her songs are sung in Quechua. Quechua (Runa Simi) is a Native American language of South America. It was already widely spoken across the Central Andes long before the time of the Incas, who adopted it as the official language of administration for their Empire.