Where has the time gone! So much has happened since I last updated this blog! If you are on facebook - I'd love you to join me in the conversation at Becky Andrews, Resilient Vision. If you are on instagram - follow me at becky__andrews.
I'm thrilled to share that on my website: www.beckyandrews.info we now have the notecards and notebooks that we created in loving memory of my dad. He was and I believe continues to cheer me on in life. So grateful.
Tuesday I had the opportunity to visit with Todd Sylvester for his podcast. What a remarkable man and so grateful for the experience. If you have some time, subscribe and listen here:
Todd Sylvester Inspires - Episode with Becky Andrews
In love and gratitude,
Becky and Georgie Girl
Thursday, December 6, 2018
Tuesday, May 15, 2018
WHY ATTEND A RETREAT SPECIFICALLY FOR WOMEN WHO ARE BLIND OR EXPERIENCING VISION LOSS?
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WHAT PARTICIPANTS OF THE 2016/2017 RETREATS ARE SAYING:
Thursday, March 22, 2018
Just a little over three weeks til Alanna and I run the Boston Marathon!! So excited to be running with Team with a Vision. We got this!!
What a journey. After a fall in January my right ankle, knee and thigh have had their challenges. Cross training on the ellyptical and bike have helped along the way. An amazing coach has helped individualize my plan with these injuries.
We will be ready and I am looking forward to savoring the miles in this journey. There will probably be some tears shed as we walk to the starting point and definitely tears of joy as we cross the finish line. In the middle most likely some highs and lows. I love to hear the pounding of everyone's feet on the pavement ... almost insynch with the same goal to get to that finish line. So many stories of how they got there ... the hard work and sacrifice that brought them to that starting point.
#bostonbound #boston2018 #grateful #blindrunner #amazing guide #tethered #lookupmoveforward
Saturday, January 6, 2018
Yesterday I enjoyed lunch with a colleague and then we shopped around for a bit. She left and I was going to do a little more shopping before calling a Lyft to go home. Searching for a warm snuggly sweater! I walked into Old Navy and Georgie, my guide dog, gracefully navigated around (what I thought was a person!). As she was navigating between the aisles I felt myself slightly bump tino what I thought was a person. I turned to the direction of what I and said so apologetically, Oh I am so so sorry. Silence ... I walked a few steps away and realized that it was not a person that I had bumped into .. it was a padded beam :). I giggled at the funny moments sometimes blindness brings and how emphatically I had apologized :).