I had posted before about my stepdad who has a condition called Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) and is blind. He is a woodturner and his work is amazing. When he started going to woodturning meetings held monthly in Columbus, OH, no one wanted to talk to him. It's like they were afraid of him. Then a well-known woodturning artist presented at one of the meetings where Dennis had brought in a peppermill he had turned. She highlighted it to everyone and everyone's attitude changed. Anyway, there's a lot more to the story, but I'll let you read for yourself. He's updated his website. If you click on the Articles link, you'll find articles about him that appeared in the local woodturning newsletter, as well as an article that appeared in Woodturning magazine that is published in 60 countries. http://www.blindwoodturner.com/index.html In addition, he has a page on etsy.com: http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5959489 Those christmas decorations (or something similar), for example, take his sighted mentor about 30 minutes to an hour to complete and he sells them for $250. The same work takes Dennis all day to do because of his disability. But, this really is a passion for him and he spends every free moment - and then some - in his workshop turning. Some of you had asked for updates, so I thought I would share.