My toughest times were during childhood especially in grade school. My low vision and skin colour brought me lots of hardship. I went to a school where most of the teaching was done through writing on the chalkboard. Most times even tests were written on the board. I couldn't attempt most of them because I couldn't see the questions. My notes were a mess, I couldn't copy them from the board. I had a friend who used to read for me but eventually she grew tired and detached herself. So I was practically a loner, let alone the name calling and teasing I had to endure all the way to school and back to my home... I remember hating school so much!
Dreams for the future
Anyway, thank God I endured. I never quit. I studied to university and now Im in my last fourth year semester of my Law degree. I'm no longer bothered by my condition. I dream of using my education to help other persons with albinism. I now love being me.