So much of my daily strength is turned into a mask that I wear.
MS and grief often go together hand in hand. Your past life, how you have lived and memories you will cherish.
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Spread the love and tell them that they’re doing life right just because they’re doing life the way they want to.
There’s only hope on the horizon, and we’re coming together to make things better.
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During this time, I learned how helpful hand lettering is for me in tough times.
My mom was diagnosed with progressive MS in 1982 when I was 7 years old.