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guess what i did not even the second week of school yet.
i was walking over to my desk trying not to hit any thing and suddenly i turned and i heard the teachers projector hit the floor. i didn't even see it. luckily it wasn't broken my class mates wish it was
any exciting events happen your first week

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Nothing exciting ever happens.


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Wow that would me so starlting you know.


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It's so boring at school.


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You have to be able to laugh at yourself. I bet your classmates felt that way.

Have a great new week!

Sincerely,
Joe S.
AFB Staff


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I never laugh. I dread going to school every day.


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oh my god! that sucks! im glad the thing didnt break though! well thit didnt happen this year, but one time one girl who i thought was my friend asked me what i thought about another girl. i told her i thought she was shallow and easy. stat girl was right there. this year though, the only thing thats happened is this girl im interested in finally paying attention to me. i guess that exciting in a posative way! yay!


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I have n friends at school whatsoever.


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That's happened to me many times.


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I'd be so embarrassed. It's really not a good thing at all. I mean you could really be more careful. It's seriously nothing to laugh about. You could have been fined if you broke something.

well, as to things I say everything is intentional for a reason. I've ttold people many things and many of them have been embarrassed and really I don't care.


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People always embarrass me, but I don't care anymore.


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I don't. I am not fun to embarrased. I don't ever get embarrassed. It's another way for them to get upset so they just don't do it.


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There's one good thing though, I never get bullied by sighted people because they're scared of my cane.


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I know what you mean about the cane its kind of entertaining some times though.
i let one of my band mates hold mine the other day for a second and he said he feels like hitting some thing with it he always jokes like that he really got a kick out of my folding cane that turned in to a perfect U last year.


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I know what you mean. I bump into things a lot. I haven't done anything that serious. BTW the first week of school, I had to wear bandages on my feet because i had my toes worked on because they were infected.


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I think we all bump into to things, no matter how good of a traveler we are -- I consider myself a pretty good traveler. I would say that I bump head at least once a month, mostly because I am rushing or not paying attention at home or in hotel room. That isn't my cane's fault. I wrote about my cane on a blog post on FamilyConnect in October for White Cane Day --
http://www.familyconnect.org/blog.asp?BlogID=2&Blo...
Or, Go to www.familyconnect.org -- then go to the "Ask the Experts" blog post called, "I Never Travel without "Slim."

Sincerely,
Joe S.
AFB Staff


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A guide dog is much better.


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