What’s Up with Team Blue in Tennessee and the ACB Community #FantasticFindsFriday

What’s Up with Team Blue in Tennessee and the ACB Community #FantasticFindsFriday

What’s Up with Team Blue in Tennessee and the ACB Community

By Patty L. Fletcher

Good morning.
I hope you’re all doing Fantastic on this #fantasticfindsfriday
There’s lots going on for me today.
This morning, I’ve a couple tons of email to plow through, and deal with.
Then, I have to write notes for my Pathways with Patty call happening this afternoon at 1 PM eastern in the ACB community.
Once that’s done, I’ll head over to visit with the community during Community Couch. You can never tell who Natalie is gonna have on the call, but it’s sure to be a blast.
Of course, there’s writing work, such as what’s happening here, then I’ve a lot of blogs to read, and share.
Throughout the day Blue and I will be walking our laps throughout the apartment complex until we’ve done enough to make a mile, after which we’ll have games of ball and tug and from 3 to 5 is hangout time with Blue, Book and his bone.
In the evening, I’ll either visit with people on the phone, here in my community or maybe I’ll go to its playtime, happening at 9 PM eastern in the ACB community.
What’s this ACB community I keep babbling about? Let’s start with a description of my Pathways with Patty call and the motivation behind it.

I’ve written many times about my mental illness and blindness and how it can cause me to have some weird, and at times annoying quirks.

Not long ago, while working with an instructor, I mentioned that Blue had a few quirks which could make it hard to work with him. To which he replied, “Don’t we all?”

I thought, but didn’t say, “Yeah, and mine are hideous.”

Later, one of my quirks came to the surface, and though I wouldn’t classify it with the hideous ones, it is rather annoying to others, and exhausting for me. This led me to the following.

Happening Friday at 1 PM eastern

Bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled

What can we as persons who are blind do to complete this mission?

What types of information building blocks do you need to build such bridges in your life?

Join Patty as she continues a deep dive into the multifaceted topic of communication.

This week, we’ll be joined by personal growth coach and facilitator of the Creative Journey call, Kaila Allen as we talk about rambling endlessly, going down the rabbit whole with allis with no return in sight and what happens when our train of thought derails.

It is my hope that others who suffer from these issues, who wish to learn to communicate more comfortably with others, especially in person will come and share their experiences and that together we can all help each other.

If you’d like to become part of this wonderful community, please Go here to learn more.
https://www.acb.org/acb-community-events
OK. I’m off to begin the day.
For now, this is Team Blue saying, "Keep your nose to the ground and your tail wagging at the sky."

Patty L. Fletcher

Bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled

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