If you would like to learn about government resources regarding travel with a disability or health condition, tune in to this webinar on Wednesday, February 26, 2020, at 1 pm central time. The webinar will feature mostly government web sites related to legal issues, types of travel (by air, bus, or train), national versus international travel, health resources, and places to visit.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the TBP Poetry contest. Thank you to all that participated in the TBP poetry contest. We received a range of poems – some were happy, some were sad and some were touching.
Choosing the winners was not an easy task. In the end, the judgment came down to the poets’ originality, style, structure and impact. The judges were blown away by the talent and creativity they received from you, our patrons. We look forward to the next contest submissions.
First Place: Valentine Day by Boyd Reedy This day was made in God`s own heart, For lovers young and old To re-affirm their ageless love, Their purest thoughts confirm. I have no worldly goods to offer as my due, My only wealth forever true is life and love for you.
Second Place: Thoughts by Sherrie Lindemann Sometimes I sit and dream And let my thoughts go wild, The things I see inside my head Remind me of a child. Our simple thoughts Give comfort, Like holding on so tight, Hoping they don’t go away, Somewhere in the night.
Third Place: A Talking Book Reader’s Haiku by Neva Fairchild Will you read today? But of course. How could I not? A new book awaits.