[Nfbmo] Housing in Columbia
gwunder at earthlink.net
Mon Apr 22 21:38:37 UTC 2013
Debbie and I don't care where you live - we are only excited that you are
coming. Our dear friend Leah McCoy is moving to St. Louis, so I guess this
is what you call a fair trade. All of us are blessed to have one another.
From: Nfbmo [mailto:nfbmo-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Julie McGinnity
Sent: Monday, April 22, 2013 4:27 PM
To: NFB of Missouri Mailing List
Subject: Re: [Nfbmo] Housing in Columbia
I'd love something that is walking distance from the university, but I'm not
ruling out options that are further away. I'm more concerned with getting
all my technology to fit. I wanted to look into having an apartment by
myself. I don't know... Maybe that's unreasonable, but I doubt anyone
would want to room in a small space with me, my dog, and my noisy embossor.
Maybe I'm wrong.
Now I live in an apartment on campus, and my embossor stays in the assistive
tech office. This is not the best arrangement, but there would not be room
for it in my apartment.
I looked on the website and was amazed at all the choices. I didn't even
know where to start.
On 4/22/13, Chris <cktisdal at charter.net> wrote:
> Hey Sunshine,
> First, it is not fair you should have to move to optain a masters. We
> having you here in the St. Louis area, even if you are in the other
> Second, you CAN NOT become a Columbian by name or just because you
> reside there. We know enough of them. HAHA
> Third, WE all wish you well in your new adventur and will keep you and
> in our thoughts and prays. Go get em TIGERj!!!
> From: "Julie McGinnity" <kaybaycar at gmail.com>
> Sent: Sunday, April 21, 2013 4:39 PM
> To: "NFB of Missouri Mailing List" <nfbmo at nfbnet.org>
> Subject: [Nfbmo] Housing in Columbia
>> Hi everyone,
>> For those of you who don't know, I will be moving to Columbia towards
>> the end of this Summer to begin a masters degree in music at Mizzou.
>> I am currently in the process of looking for housing.
>> I have done some research into living on campus, but I'm not sold
>> yet, and there is a good chance I would be too late to get an
>> apartment there. I was amazed at all the options for living off
>> campus. This is the first time I've ever looked into housing on my
>> own, and I want to find a place that I will like.
>> I would like somewhere with easy access to campus. I also have a lot
>> of technology, including a braille embossor, that I will need to set
>> up. My guide dog will be with me as well. I would love somewhere
>> with a dishwasher and laundry in the building. (If I lived in the on
>> campus apartments, I would not have a dishwasher. :()
>> If any of you have any ideas, advice, or could point me to someone
>> who could help, I would much appreciate it. I haven't nailed down an
>> exact price range because I wanted to see what might be available.
>> Thank you all for any possible suggestions.
>> Julie McG
>> National Association of Guide dog Users board member, National
>> Federation of the Blind performing arts division secretary, Missouri
>> Association of Guide dog Users President, and Guiding Eyes for the
>> Blind graduate 2008 "For God so loved the world that he gave his only
>> Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have
>> eternal life."
>> John 3:16
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Guide dog Users President, and Guiding Eyes for the Blind graduate 2008 "For
God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who
believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life."
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