Monthly Archives: March 2016

All you need is time

I sit in the refectory at college in late 2011. A young lady about my age comes over to speak to me. Her voice broken, not fluent, and every word is difficult to get out. With all the effort she … Continue reading

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Dreams turn to dust. For now. Anyway.

Sunrise on a normal day. A 16 year old student heads into school. Today was the day she was meeting with a careers advisor. For some, it would go well, they would be given advice, booklets, leaflets to read, and … Continue reading

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Another post on Echolocation

Yet again, I must address the issue of Echolocation.   Yesterday, while browsing facebook, I came across, yet another article on Echolocation. This article details the same technique taught to a lot of young children without sight, by an American. … Continue reading

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stories of Warwick

Friday forth March, and we were off to the airport, heading off to Manchester, for a weekend in Warwick for my open University course. No surprise, our flight was delayed. While we waited, we got the mail, and tried to … Continue reading

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