My favorite tales (as inspiration)
I sometimes forget that multiple sclerosis is a serious disease.
Absolutes, hope and MS
In our house we say, “In case of emergency, break glass.” It’s important to us to have some sort of “safety net.”
My MS in September
It’s September and back to routine so I thought I would share my morning routine with you.
How to thank a caregiver
Family caregivers give a lot and don’t always get much in return. As much as they love the people they care for, the work involved in family caregiving can be exhausting.
1M U.S. MSers
When I got the same answer that they had been giving for years: that there were approx. 400,000 people in the US living with it, I knew that wasn’t correct. Does’t everybody know at least someone afflicted with this disease?
How you think matters
When the logical part of my brain shuts down at night, the right side, the creative part, is always on. And, as it turns out, is very gullible.
Group wheelchair posing
I’m no longer embarrassed by my chair; I kind of like it in the photo now. I’ve started collecting pictures of other people in wheelchairs like these as sample poses.
My love/hate relationship with exercise
Exercise. I do feel better when I am doing it regularly, but every time I stop for an exacerbation, it takes so much out of me to start again.