Louis A. Vendetti

Overcoming. Achieving. Building. Sharing.

Hello and welcome! It is so great to have you here!

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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Louis A. Vendetti

Overcoming. Achieving. Building. Sharing.

Hello and welcome! It is so great to have you here!

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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SECOND EDITION AVAILABLE SOON!

Vendetti’s memoir details the difficult journey to becoming his own strongest advocate. Through heartfelt personal examples and anecdotes from his support system, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look into how he challenged labels and overcame each new obstacle. Perfect for parents, teachers, and students tied up in school bureaucracy, his story will inspire anyone seeking to conquer the seemingly impossible.

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Lou’s Views

The House That Built Me

As I sit here in the house that I moved into with Cassie back in December of 2020, I am full of memories from years past. The song "The House That Built Me" pops into my head on a daily basis. "The House That Built Me" (written by Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin, and...

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2020 Review Post

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What are you locking away in your closet?

In late September, I was talking to my mom about preparing the house for my girlfriend, Cassie, to move in as we awaited the slowly-approaching closing date on the townhouse we were moving into. My dad wanted to give Cassie as much privacy as we can in our house. The...

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Mom’s Corner

Potayto, Potahto

When we were in Tennessee over the new year, Loren and I were in the car one night talking. With the new year a few days away, the subject of goals for the next year came up. Loren said she had written goals for herself but she was reluctant to share them with me...

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Where Would We Be Without Our Superstitions?

Knock on wood for good luck Friday the 13 is unlucky Four leaf clovers are lucky Cross your fingers for luck Bad news comes in threes Break a mirror for 7 years bad luck Walking under a ladder is bad luck The list is endless. There are common ones that everyone knows...

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2020 and The Great Victorian Amusement Company Farewell

It seems like people this year can’t just say ‘Happy New Year’. They have to add something like, ‘I can’t wait for 2020 to be over’ or ‘I can’t wait for 2020 to be in the rearview mirror’. As if the year is to blame for the pandemic, like if we could have skipped 2020...

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