I have MS

The MS Handshake

I’m blessed with family and friends that I can count on for love, support and… Read More

A Morning Prayer

But this morning I offer thanks to my body for not further succumbing to the… Read More

Five Things

The “brain fog” that MS causes didn’t happen overnight. It has been a slow and,… Read More

The Last Laugh

I may not have chosen to share my life with MS, but my husband did…. Read More

The “Normal” Paradox

Have you ever been in a situation where you park in a disabled stall and… Read More

Surrendering My Driver’s License

Having a driver’s license gives credibility, an identity, and proof of existence, not to mention… Read More

Caregivers are Special People

If you have a caregiver, be sure to thank them and tell them – often… Read More

Me and My “Happy Pill”

If only someone had told me early on that depression was a symptom of MS,… Read More

Living the American Dream with MS

It has been assumed that MS uncommon in the Hispanic/Latino population, but that is not… Read More

Learning to Like My Cane

Whether you use a wheelchair, cane, walker, crutches, steerable knee scooter, motorized wheelchair, hoveround or… Read More

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