[Most Recent Entries]
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|Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009|
Seeing Eye Reunion
Does anyone have any info on the Seeing Eye reunion. If it was posted here already, sorry was out of town for a bit. Thanks Current Mood: curious
|Tuesday, September 16th, 2008|
breakfast show CTV
Wow, good news for tonight. Just received an email saying that our demonstration for goalball will be on tomorrow morning on the Breakfast show here in Canada.
I'm actually not sure if all parts of Canada get CTV, but if you can, then figure out what channel and what time and see how horrible I do, smile. Current Mood: excited
|Saturday, September 13th, 2008|
Hi, my name is May McDonald and I live in Edmonton Alberta Canada. I have a female german shepherd named Wynter. I've had her for a little over two years.
If you would like to get to know Wynter and I, please feel free to make us your friend. we're always looking for new ones, smile. Some of you might even know me from one of the many list I'm on.
Hope we hear from you, smile.
|Friday, July 4th, 2008|
|Saturday, April 26th, 2008|
Adding TSE to the schools list on LJ
Several of the guide-dog schools are listed in LJ's school directory. I thought it might be fun to have TSE listed as well. If you agree, go here
and click the "add school" link at the bottom. This should take you to the schools listing for Morristown, NJ. They might add it if enough people request it.
|Tuesday, March 25th, 2008|
Hi. I'm working my first Seeing Eye dog, a female German Shepherd named Yani. We came home on January 24 of this year. I haven't yet had an LJ icon made that features Yani, so my posts are currently displaying my retired guide, a female yellow Lab named Glaze. I'm glad someone started this community. Is membership open?
As I said, I am Lisa from Illinois who got her first dog from Seeing Eye. I feel it is important for the Seeing Eye graduates to have a place to share their stories, experiences, and words of wisdom to people who are interested in Seeing Eye. I originally was supposed to attend Guiding Eyes for the Blind, but my video taped vidio was lost so my application was denyed. I was devistated but then got into The Seeing Eye. I had major orientation problems when I got to The Seeing Eye, so they not only showed me stuff with the dog, but also worked with me on orientation stuff. After my training, Lucas Frank came to help me and we worked more on traffic reading and dog stuff. My orientation is much better and I am much more confident traveling without a cane. I owe it all to the Seeing Eye. Current Mood: okay