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

There are Many Paths to Success

There are Many Paths to Success

Since the Coronavirus Pandemic came about, I have been struggling with my business. I thought to not sell things until the pandemic was over. I thought that what I was doing wasn't what I was supposed to be doing. I thought I wasn't "successful" if I wasn't churning...

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Tattered Pages Used Books

Tattered Pages Used Books

When school got out for the summer, my grandma would take my sister and I out to lunch and do various activities throughout our afternoon together. I loved to read (maybe that's where my career stemmed from?), so one day, my grandma brought us to a bookstore in our...

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Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre

Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre

Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre is one of the many wonderful attractions in Tennessee that my family and I have been going to for years. We first found them over a decade ago and have been going to see them every year since (and for the last few years, three times a year,...

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Mom’s Corner

On the Road Again!

Another successful trip this past month. Four days at Turning Stone. Lou and I played a round of golf while the kids slept in. Playing golf, like everything else, has new rules due to social distancing. Only 1 person per golf cart. I wanted to walk so we asked if Lou...

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BINGO Anyone?

We stuck our toes back in the water of traveling this month. We took a little trip in the travel trailer. I mentioned to Lou that the Turning Stone Casino’s campground was open for travelers within a 120 mile radius. Lou checked it out on MapQuest and we were 115...

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A Cat is not a Dog

We had dogs in our house as I was growing up. When I met my husband, Lou, he had a cat. I was a dog person so had no idea what to do with a cat. They don’t play fetch or lick your face or pee on the floor with excitement when they see you. They are just there. She...

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