I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for being my right hand man on my journey. The literacy program has been good for me. I haven’t met all of the volunteers but I would like to thank them for all the hard work that they do. Chris has been very patient with me, trying to teach an old dog new tricks .We have had some success, now it is all up to me to keep working hard on my reading. I can stumble though a book, I have read a few now. At the end of last year I completed a ten-week course for dyslexia. It was an eye opener. What a difference it made when my eyes work together. The first time I knew something was wrong was in year three when I was about eight. All of the schoolwork was moving all over the page. I didn’t know what was going on. So I started to be sent out of class every day for the next 7 years until I finished school. I started many programs over the years; it seemed to be more about money than learning. I went to the Irwin program, where I went for a series of tests, then got a pair of tinted glasses, which seemed to help. That is where I was first introduced to the literacy program. The rest is history………
Once again, thank you Chris, the world would be a better place if we had more people like you. The friendship we have has been really important to me. Keep on pedalling Chris !!
Thank you for all your time and support.