[nabs] Who are you, and what are you studying?
dornetta at gmail.com
Mon Sep 26 20:53:50 EDT 2011
Tyler, I am interested in the link. Can I assume that since you are useing
it, it is functional and comes with glowing recommendations? LOL Any way,
would you send me your email address off list, I have a sort of unique
computer problem I am pretty sure you can help me with (that is if you don't
Oh yea, my email address is dornetta at gmail.com
"Just because you are blind, does not mean you lack vision"-Stevie Wonder
----- Original Message -----
From: "Littlefield, Tyler" <tyler at tysdomain.com>
To: "Discussion list for NABS,National Alliance of Blind Students."
<nabs at acb.org>
Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2011 11:28 PM
Subject: Re: [nabs] Who are you, and what are you studying?
> It's called the boxwave keyboard. I can go find the amazon link if you
> want, that's where I got it.
> On 9/25/2011 9:17 PM, Dornetta wrote:
>> Hello Everyone!
>> First, allow me to say...Caitlin, I love this idea :-)
>> My name is Dornetta McConnell but friends and family, well just about
>> everyone call me Netta, so please call me Netta. I tried the professional
>> approach of birth name but sort of got tired of everyone calling me
>> everything from Dornell to Dorknetta (SMH *grin*) I actually enjoy Netta
>> and am just glad I don't have a nickname like Sugar Bear or some other
>> wild name that is prevalent in my community like my daughter's nickname
>> of Snickers (LOL & accept my apology if any of you all nickname is Sugar
>> Bear); in other words I am glad that my nickname can work both at work
>> and at play :-).
>> Any way, I am currently a student at Trident Technical College in the
>> Associates in Arts program and taking other courses in Special Education.
>> I graduated last year with a Associates in Applied Services-Human
>> Services and looking forward to transferring to Limestone College for
>> Social Work (should I get accepted) or College of Charleston for entrance
>> in the Special Education program. I am hoping to land job working with
>> children and adults with special needs and also be an advocate for parent
>> who have to endure the IEP process. I have a son with special needs and
>> the IEP process has been an eye opener for my family and I. For the last
>> 2 years, I have been president of the HUS student organization PCCF
>> (Partnership for Change in Communities and Families), Society of Student
>> Leaders, and a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. I am mother of 5
>> children (3 teenager, a 11-year old girl and a 9-year old son) and wife
>> for the last 16 years.
>> I decided to take life at a stride and look upon everything with
>> positivity. My sense of humor gets me in trouble (most of the time) fin
>> high school, I was voted in the hall of fame as the student to most
>> likely cause trouble-trust me, it was well deserved because of my out
>> spoken behaviors :-). I am a board member for the state ACB affiliate
>> and plan on running for VP of my local chapter his year. Some of my
>> hobbies include reading (which I cannot get enough of), writing poetry
>> and journal writing, and volunteering.
>> "Just because you are blind, does not mean you lack vision"-Stevie Wonder
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "NABS SecondVP"
>> <secondvicepresident.acbstudents at gmail.com>
>> To: <nabs at acb.org>
>> Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2011 6:34 PM
>> Subject: [nabs] Who are you, and what are you studying?
>>> Hi guys,
>>> I have always found this list to be incredibly supportive and
>>> interesting. I just thought it'd be fun if we introduced ourselves and
>>> put an identity with the person that just answered the question that
>>> was making you loose sleep for days.
>>> Ready, set, go....yes, I fully respect that I'm super lame. *grin*
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