Louis A. Vendetti

Overcoming. Achieving. Building. Sharing.

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I am the author of My Disability Doesn’t Define Me, a memoir of my time through school with a physical disability.

If you are interested in learning my tips and techniques and how they could help you from being handicapped to being handicable, even if you don’t have a disability, click the button below to learn more about My Disability Doesn’t Define Me.

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Every person on this planet has struggled through something sometime in their lives. Dealing with a physical disability, I found it hard to get through school. I wanted to help others who are going through similar struggles, so I set out to write a book. That idea culminated into My Disability Doesn’t Define Me, where I talk about my experiences through my elementary school, secondary school, and college education.

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Lou’s Views

My 2019 Review Post

My 2019 Review Post

The idea of writing a blog post reviewing the year was inspired by my friend, Elizabeth Buckley-Goddard, who publishes her own posts reviewing the year. Thanks for the idea, Lizzy! x January Published my first book, My Disability Doesn't Define Me, on Amazon Had my...

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How music has impacted my life

Music has always been a constant in my life. Over the years, my musical library has grown to over 200 songs in varying genres. Some pop, some soft rock, some gospel, some country. Some of my favorites over the years have been: "I Will Always Love You" by Dolly Parton...

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Mom’s Corner

A New Year, a New Decade

As we start a new year and a new decade, I think back over not only the past year but decade. So much has happened. Louis and Loren graduated high school and then college and have started their careers. Loren is working in her field of child development and...

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Christmases Remembered

Since this month is December I can think of no other topic more appropriate to talk about than Christmas. At this time of year I always think back to our past Christmases. There are so many memories, including the year Lou and his twin sister, Loren, were 3 and we all...

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Know what you want and never give up

Kids learn at an early age what it takes to get their way. Who hasn’t been in the store and seen that harried parent of the toddler who was saying ‘Can I have that, Mom? Please? Pleeeeeeease? Pleeeeeease? Why not?’ You can see that the mom is trying to hold on and be...

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