"I was declared legally blind 14 years ago, at the age of 40. I lost my driver's license and my social work position, for which I had earned a bachelor's and master's. It was my chosen profession, and I didn't give it up lightly. When it disappeared, so did some of my confidence and sense of identity. What was I to call myself if not a social worker?
I ended up becoming a photographer." (Tammy Ruggles, Vox.com)
This is a beautiful and inspiring story. Please read the entire article here, and see the amazing photographs Ms. Ruggles has taken.
I'm the owner of Family First Braille, the author of this blog, and the editor of Family First Braille Magazine.