I decided it might be important to revisit why having a routine is needed. If you already know this or are giving me a HEAVY eye roll, my apologies. But sometimes you need to read/hear things more than once 100 times before it sinks in.
MS can change someone's life, but it's not a death sentence. If you know someone who has MS or any other chronic illness do them a favor and extend grace and understanding. That's all we really want. Not to be put into category, not to be your token sick friend, not to be handled with kitten gloves. We just want you to treat us the same as before.
I got through the holidays and January - which btw, felt like it took 6 months to get through, anyone else feel the same? Finally it was the 9thof February. My mom came in from Vegas and my Uncle decided to clear his schedule and support. We arrived at the Infusion center at Baylor at some [...]
Hello 2018!!! But more importantly, Hello to you party people! I know, it's been... a while. A LOT has happened. People have come. People have gone. There's been reunions and funerals, both literally and figuratively. However, this year, 2018, I've decided, will be all about wellness, truth and positivity. I went through the grieving period, went [...]
It has been probably two months since I have gotten out of the house to do more than the following: Go to work Grocery shop Go to Support Group My life, as it sounds has been pretty boring. The reason being? Oh, I have MS! Seriously. The reason being, I was in denial and [...]