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The joy of ‘I need’ and the wonder of ‘I can’t’

Lyndall Bywater describes positive aspects of living with blindness

The joy of ‘I need’ and the wonder of ‘I can’t’ DAVID BEDFORD

Lyndall ‘driving’ at Disneyland

Lyndall ‘driving’ at Disneyland

THE CONVERSATION STARTED IN THE USUAL WAY: “What’s your dog called?” With a smile, I introduced my black Labrador guide dog to the young man and let them get acquainted. The relational bond was instantaneous and intense, partly because Croft loves everyone, but mostly because the young man in question immediately flung his arms around him and gave him a big cuddle, right there on the station platform. It didn’t take me long to work out that Croft’s new friend had had rather a lot to drink, so when the train pulled in and he offered to help me board, I was left with a dilemma.

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