Eyes and Independence
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'Have you spent Sunday…'
With the one you love, Sleeping, Watching movies, Gardening, FaceBooking, Sewing, Doing art/craft, Excelling in your sport, With time to yourself, Intensely studying, Writing job applications, Baking cakes, Visiting, Shopping, Shampooing the dog, Mowing the lawns, Grooming the cat, Teaching someone to ride a bike, walking, Crying, Laughing, Dining, Phoning home, Missing someone, Spending quality time with your child/ren, Playing a board game, Painting, Enjoying your own time, Being spoilt. This is not a complete list…Kerri Weaver’s BLOG June 17
I would like to still think that Sunday can be considered ‘a day of rest’. Perhaps, you went to Church this morning or last night, yesterday morning – depending on what religion you follow. Is Sunday still a day when family get together, do something special together? Or has it become a day to just unwind in whatever the preferred environment can be.
What did you do Sunday? What do you do regularly on a Sunday?
Kerri Weaver is a passionate and caring service provider. She loves sharing her knowledge and skills to supporting those with vision impairment and additional disabilities. Kerri has worked in the field of disability for over 30 years. Her experience includes working in Tonga with a specialist team on multiple occasions.
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