Scleroderma on the Fly Episode 3: Typing


Typing with scleroderma is easier than it looks.

If you have seen my hands, I bet you have wondered, “How does she type?”

Well, it’s easier than you think.  I have tried voice software, but I end up editing and re-writing.

So click here to watch how I type.  It’s much easier than remember, it is much easier than it looks.

At first, I called it, “Peter Jennings style” because he used to type with his two index fingers.  Then, I realized I used my left thumb and right index finger.  I’m not sure when I realized this or even started typing like this.  I just did it because I wanted to type.  It would’ve been helpful to keep a diary while it was all happening, but I felt like I did not want my scleroderma or it’s symptoms to be the thing I will be remembered for when my great grandkids go through my diary.

5 thoughts on “Scleroderma on the Fly Episode 3: Typing

  1. This is a great example of how even though we might not do something the way “everyone else” does it, we can still do it. Great video!

  2. Hi Bev, thank you for reading. I love your blog. I look forward to keeping up with it. Your experiences and the way you talk about them are wonderful.

  3. I love the fact that you focus so much on what you CAN do and not the other side of things. You’re such a wonderful role model. Thanks for that! (Yes, catching up on reading this morning. *grin*)

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