Never do this to a blind person. No, seriously, just don’t.

Sirena Rayleeta Lind

Before I share with you all what happened to me yesterday, let me explain a bit about my daughter’s route to school. There are two main crossings, each with crossing guards stationed at them. Both crossings angle oddly away from the sidewalks, but nine times out of ten that is not an issue for me.

Except when it is, apparently.

So, two days ago, which would be November 26, 2018, I was on my way to pick Rose up from school, and I was approaching the second road crossing at a fair clip. It had rained all day, so it was darker out than I find comfortable, but not too dark to make navigating with what little usable vision I have too much of a chore. My mind being seven hundred miles away thinking about a podcast was the issue, because let’s face it, I was not paying attention. Yes…

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