I thank you for those words KNdoran and I quite agree with you which is why I would like to take this opportunity to speak here a little about what kinds of jobs the blind are able to do which in a short version is most anything that our sighted counterparts are able to do, yes right down to even being a doctor. You've of course heard of blind people becoming piano tuners and chair caners and shoe repair men and women but we can do so much more. I for example work completely from home as a tester. I test web sites, software solutions as well as apps for the smart devices to see how usable they are with a screen reader. Once I've finished with a particular section of a project, I will then answer a questionnaire that allows me to give my feedback on what kinds of improvements if any, need to be made and then these questionnairs are collectively compiled into a report that is then sent back to my company's client who is requesting the information and input. I've only started with this company early this year but I absolutely love the work that I do with them and do my very best to get the word about them. I chose to work completely from home for a couple of reasons. First of all my mom worked from home for a bit when I was a small boy and I always saw how happy she was and how we enjoyed our lives together and that inspired me to want to do the same. Second and most importantly, in some parts of the country and world, transportation for the blind isn't the easiest of tasks, in fact it can be downright impossible in some circumstances. But blind people can and do get jobs with such big name companies as google and cisco just to name a few. So I hope this gives you some more of a glimpse into our world and helps you understand how we live just a little bit more. I've said it once and I'll say it again. If you have any questions at all as to how blind people do things, please feel very free to ask me. If I can answer the question I most certainly will and if it's something I'll have to research a bit farther then I'll do that and put it up on my thread here. Have a wonderful day to you all and I look forward to hearing from you soon.