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
Jennie and colleague Liam exchange stories about narrowly escaping danger and disaster. They look back and laugh about close calls that were scary or embarrassing at the time, including wild animals, airports and the Pacific Ocean!
Jennie connects with actor, writer and comedian Dennis Hurley to delve into the trials, lessons and amusement growing up with albinism and partial sight. Follow Dennis Hurley on Instagram @itsdendo or at www.dennis-hurley.com.
Jennie and long-time friend Jen MacNeil-Noble, discuss some of the perks of blindness, partial sight, and albinism. Silver linings include saving money and the environment while working on a great butt, and fun with prosthetic eyes!
"...I'm Not A Dick, I'm Just Blind"
Haligonian Jeff Overmars joins Jenny to discuss moments where, because of your blindness, you just can't perform all of the social norms that are expected of you.
Sorry I missed your handshake, but I CAN'T SEE IT!
Getting Recognized with Jennifer Renee
In the first episode of Low Vision Moments, host Jennie and guest Jennifer Renée exchange hilarious stories about getting “recognized” in public. More accurately, they discuss being mistaken for other persons with albinism. I don’t even know who that is! Why won’t you believe me?!
Jennifer Renée is the first albino beauty influencer. Find her on Instagram @ivoreebeauty or visit her website, ivoreebeauty.com. She hails from New York City.
Low Vision Moments launches October 29th
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.
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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
Low Vision Moments
Awesome show! Look forward to many more!!!