Been a while since I posted a question on here. I just realized something: Suppose I were writing from the perspective of a blind person (let's use Amos Garnier as an example), but from third-person. Now, suppose I want to describe that he's supposed to be facing something. But, wouldn't "facing" imply that he could see? For example, Amos sat opposite of Mr. Wilmer, keeping a cold expression at his direction. "Do you really think I believe that?" he said, squinting his eyes. Or let's suppose he's standing next to someone who's clearly taller than he is. Amos tilted his head up to Mr. Parrish. I guess my question is, would using "sighted" verbs like this confuse readers?