Jennie Bovard hosts the monthly podcast Low Vision Moments. Part story time, part comedy, part awareness driven, Low Vision Moments present those funny, potentially embarrassing experiences that happen in everyday life when you are blind or partially sighted … like physical distancing with a post because Jennie thought it was a person
12 Low Vision Moments of Christmas, Part 1
Let Marleena Barber, vocalist and advocate, and Jennie get you in the holiday spirit with Part 1 of this special holiday episode. Awkward gift giving, cookie cutter mishaps and more merriment are our gifts to you! Part 2 drops on December 23rd.
John, Jennie’s goalball buddy, makes himself at home as they discuss whether a broken glass is still half full, shovelling under the influence, disappearing dryer balls and plenty more.
Games People Play
Streamer, and advocate, Dani stops by to talk to newb Jennie about all things gaming. From confessing to driving friends off of cliffs and accidentally pissing off family member, to elves doing backflips out of windows, there are plenty gaming shenanigans to talk about. Low Vision Moments is now available with video on YouTube!
On your marks, get set...
Powerlifter, and newbie stand-up comic, Chad Sinclair does the heavy lifting for Jennie in this chat about training, competition and the lighter side of life with visual impairment.
Love is still legally blind
A year after his first guest appearance, Jennie’s husband, Yves, returns to review the best and worst moments of their last 12 months.
Jennie and longtime friend Stephanie get caught up on each other’s best and worst wardrobe malfunctions. From talking to a pair of tights to mismatched sneakers, come laugh your way down the catwalk with them.
A good giggle
Wonderfully relatable. The playful tone and delightful honesty strikes a chord with this visually impaired person. Nicely done. Keep ‘em coming!
As I continue to listen I discover more and more relatable experiences between those of us who live with eyesight loss. There are moments that are funny and moments that are poignant but always moments that resonate!
It's a great perspective you can relate too, for those living with Vision Loss