Paperback. 135 pages.
Minimal sight developed over her first years.
Never told she had limited vision by parents or school, Pat Vint thought she was clumsy and stupid.
At sixteen, she dreamed of the freedom of buying and driving a car. Her
parents told her she would never see well enough to drive.
This was the first time she learned it was her sight and only her sight that was holding her back.
She began a fifty-two year journey Into Sight.
First, good enough to drive – accomplished at thirty eight. Then, to conquer Nystagmus, a shaking of the eyes that made focus difficult. Finally, with the aid of prisms added to her lens, experiencing the world in three dimensions. This Journey Into Sight shows us all the wonders available for each of us if we only keep trying.
Growth is sometimes frightening, sometimes exciting, but always inspiring and always waiting for us.
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