For many of ‘us’ who have (dis)-abilities, one little thing is
known, ‘we’ all manage even better with them. I, for one, can attest
to that fact.
I use my Dyslexia to my advantage. I’d hate to be ‘normal’ like
everyone else. I call it the ‘invisible’ problem. I cannot learn by
reading notes, but stone setting is my forte’.
I’m now a post-mature, jewellery designer. After 9 years of learning
to be a setter which then helped me to get my “Guinness World
Record”…not bad for a guy who can’t study from a
book…(dis)-ability? I’m the one who is normal.
So the video on this jewellery lady with no fingers, “bloody good
for her!”. I don’t see her whining! She just ‘adapted’ to her