Who is Bay Area Blind Mom?

Lisamaria and her family holding hands and stretched out across a pier

I am a blind mom of three fabulous kids.

I have lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for two decades now and have experienced many of life’s momentous occasions from college graduation to marriage, from starting two very different careers to building a family. I am a voracious reader. I crochet and loom knit. I like yoga and pole dancing. And … I make the most amazing smelling and feeling lotions.

This blog is just a way to share and explore some of the trials, tribulations, ideas and innovations that I experience every day as a mother, woman and blind person living in the wonderful Bay Area.

I invite you to read my posts and leave me a comment or two. Life is so much more interesting when we interact with each other. I would love the opportunity to interact with you.

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You can also find me on Clubhouse and Facebook @BayAreaBlindMom. If you prefer Twitter, send me a DM saying “hey” @lm_boricua. And of course, emails are welcomed at lm@bayareablindmom.com.

Signing off for now,

Bay Area Blind Mom

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  1. Hi there,

    I’m Sydney, and I work on the research team at Google. Right now, we are looking for participants to take part in an Accessibility research study. We’d love to connect with you to see if you and others you know might be interested in helping make our products more accessible. Please let me know if you’re interested in this, and I can send along further information.

    Thank you!

    Sydney
    (sydneyh@google.com)

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