"Born in a small town near Paris on 4 January 1809, he became blind after an accident, at the age of three. After studying at the blind school in Paris he went on to teach there. Eventually he revised a writing style used by the military (Charles Barbier´s "night writing") to come up with a way for blind students to read with their fingers. The system used raised dots on paper and was not adopted by the world until 80 years after his death."
Go nuts and hint in the comment section at today´s wonderful and very famous Frenchman!
It better not be, or feathers will fly!
Ok my lovelies...I am gonna take a little trip and should be back in about 3 weeks. You´ll live, the world will keep spinning and hopefully Iceland will have imported cherries by the time I get back. I´ll try to check in every now and then! Be safe, be happy and tie your shoe-laces before leaving the house!