Running with Evie

Tammie writes about her daughter, Evie, who is visually impaired. Tammie describes how running has become a better fit for Evie than more typical physical education activities.


Not Just a Walk, but an Adventure

By Theresa Sweeney-Smith In 1972, I was a 16-year-old girl with an eye problem. After visiting several optometrists and focusing on “the green bead” in the middle of the string for a whole summer, my Mom and Dad determined that I should see an ophthalmologist.  They made an appointment for me with my favorite aunt’s…