Boy, I can relate. When I was younger, I took piano lessons at the Boston School for the Deaf and then when I was in middle and high schools, I played in the band. I played the trumpet.When reading Lisa's post reminded me about a website I visited awhile back and have not visited since. This site is called The Invisible Disabilities Advocate . Its an online support group for people with invisible disabilities.
I wanted to be part the "hearing world". I am legally deaf but can hear almost normal with the help of technology called hearing-aids.
Anyway, my wife recently convinced me not to hide my hearing aids by keeping my hair SHORT.
I know I am qualified to have a disability card for handicapped spots but I declined because I know there are worst disabled people out there who needs them more than I do. Besides, I needed a good walking exercise so I often park way out.
We do have a handicapped card for our daughter who has major cerebral palsy.
Thanks for the good post. Jim :)
I thought I share this before I go to my next blogger's posts.