Back to our baseline coffee fueled shenanigans, Bay Area Blind Mom and I just scratched the surface on our discussion of expectations yesterday, not even digging too deeply into the blindness context. Take a listen and let us know what you think, and be sure to like and follow to get notified when we go live on The Blind Grind Facebook page, Wednesdays at 10 a.m. PST, and 4 p.m. PST when there’s a 5th Wednesday for our Bitch & Wine edition.
As this creative project of mine grows, I want you to be able to find me, and in a format that works for you. I’ve consolidated links to all my socials at this landing page, where you can also sign up for email updates, if you’re really a foodie nerd like me. Not all of the things go on all of the socials, and the email channel is where I’ll be sharing the most VIP info and updates, it’s like a backstage pass into my kitchen for only the sparkliest unicorns among you. Sign up for email alerts, and I’ll share my signature Sweep The Fridge Quiche recipe for free so you can start your own journey to #StopFoodWaste. Let me know how it turns out!
I’m still raising funds and awareness for braille literacy, a subject The Blind Grind covered on Episode 1, Read Across America, by participating in Braille Across America, a campaign of National Braille Press, a topic we covered the day before #BXA2022 launched on Episode 3, Let’s Get Physical. At barely halfway through this month-long campaign, The Blind Grind team reached our team goal of $1000, offsetting the production costs of some 37 braille books, which cost 3X more to produce than print. We’ve decided to stretch our team goal to $1500 and I’m already just 5 miles short of my second marathon for the month! As a nationwide team, we’ve run, walked, biked, hiked, and otherwise logged enough collective miles to travel from Boston to San Francisco and are working our way back and NBP is more than halfway to its $75K goal. Help us keep the forward momentum for braille going by making a donation to Braille Across America–a contribution of $27 offsets the production cost of one braille book.