Friday, March 18, 2011

Friday Five

Five uses for Braille if you're an over imaginative writer:
1) as a preteen, passing notes in class that your teacher won't be able to read
2) as a young adult, impressing the opposite sex with a unique skill...and passing notes in class to your best friend that your love interest won't be able to read.
3) as an adult, being able to communicate through letters to your loved one who is blind...and passing notes your boss won't be able to read.
4) in middle-age, like with soduko and word puzzles--working the brain to keep it useful...and passing notes to your lovey that the kids won't be able to read.
5) during old age, reading because you've lost your eyesight...

I would rather learn braille than not be able to read!!!


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3 comments:

  1. No note passing in your old age? All very practical ideas, especially number five.

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  2. It's always fun to learn a new language. Great list!

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  3. An interesting list. I take it you know braille? Did you ever see the book of Eli?

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