In faith there is enough light for those who want to believe and enough shadows to blind those who don’t. ~Blaise PascalI think I have a fear of not being able to see. Being “blind” for an hour has been on my “first list” for awhile but I kept putting it off.When I was in 2nd grade I was actually in a Brownie troop in which half the girls were blind. I’ll never forget it. I learned a great deal from the Brownies who couldn’t see, but it also terrified me. I could see how difficult things were for them. I remember feeling so grateful every time I left a Brownie meeting that I had my eye sight.Tonight I simply tied a scarf around my eyes and tried to make dinner. I ended up turning on the tv just to keep me company, give me some noise. There’s not much video because apparently when I thought the camera was on, it was off, but here’s a good clip of what I was doing.[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcmnlCOIItM]In the end, I spilled a drink, something fell out of the refrigerator but no serious harm done. When I took off the scarf after an hour the light seemed so bright. I felt relieved just as I did as a child after a Brownie meeting to be able to see.All the problems of the day went away. There are far worse things than a tough day at work.