|Posted on November 14, 2012 at 8:35 AM|
The Counseling and Speech department sent a letter to my department with the testing results. I wondered what effect it would have. They now knew I was in many ways blind and in ways deaf. If my behavior seemed odd to them they now knew I was mentally normal and intelligent but handicapped. The rumor that I was the instigator of the incident that had occurred with the YWCA women was in question, they had no evidence that I had a personality disorder that would drive me to such a thing.
Things would change, nothing evident or obvious to the eye. The first sign was the statistic teacher came to me and apologized for her misconceptions in class with lessons and asking questions. She thanked me for being a student there. That was the first crack in the silence and cold shoulders. What would transpire from here was a total surprise to me.