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Part IV: Ghost Images Hovering Over Solid Images

A Life of Double Vision

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What would my life be like without the “pirate” episode in the popsicle line at Maplewood pool when I was six-years old. (See “Part I: My World in Double Vision”). Or foregoing after-school sports for after-school eye training to strengthen my eye muscles (See “Part II: Being Called ‘The Four Eyed Freak’”) at age seven. I wouldn’t have…




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Bonni Brodnick

Bonni Brodnick

Writer. Creative. Thinker. Humorist. Author of POUND RIDGE PAST, contributor to HuffPost + “Bonni Brodnick Blog” -ger ( Proud Stroke Survivor

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