What I Learned About Seeing {Daily Dash: December 6, 2022}

by Sami

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I learned something about sight from a blind man today worth sharing with you…

What I Learned About Seeing {Daily Dash: December 6, 2022}


  • Power grid intentionally attacked in NC
  • Kennedy Center Honors held Sunday, including honorees Amy Grant, George Clooney, Gladys Knight & U2
  • Taylor Swift fans sue Ticketmaster
  • Kirstie Alley and founding Sesame Street member, Bob McGrath, died
  • International Volunteer Day


A great deal of what we call the trial of faith is the inevitable result of being alive – Oswald Chambers


I filmed my show today and I can’t wait for you to watch on Friday. One of the highlights was my conversation with Blessing Offor.

Blessing lost sight in one eye at the age of six and the other eye at ten. He talked about how his other senses became heightened after losing his sight, but they also became so with practice (not because of “superpowers” as some have suggested🙂 )

I then asked him how he “sees” people, and his answer blew me away (watch the video for the full discussion).

We also matched amazingly well today for not coordinating beforehand. Let me know if you want details about my dress from Lilly Pulitzer or my jewelry from Kendra Scott.


I pray we all stay in the moment this season.

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What I Learned About Seeing {Daily Dash: December 6, 2022}

Hope you have a great day, make sure you make it great and don’t forget to tell someone you love how you feel about them!

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