COVID-19, Multiple Sclerosis

COVID Chronicles – Day 15

🥳🥳🥳 Thankful for no symptoms. Thankful for being able to return to work tomorrow. Thankful for Christmas decorations. Thankful my people are well and not sick. Thankful I can smell coffee (mostly) again. Thankful for the prayers and encouragement from all of you. Today will be the last day of COVID Chronicles. I’m thankful my… Continue reading COVID Chronicles – Day 15

COVID-19, Multiple Sclerosis

COVID Chronicles – Day 13

Quiet day! I worked from home. Brian worked in the back yard. Only symptoms today: Slight runny nose (no more than allergies) Mild Fatigue Mild, dry cough.Still can’t smell coffee 🤣.No headache.No nausea. And no fever (over 48 hours now!) I’m so grateful for my mild symptoms, especially as I continue to pray for an… Continue reading COVID Chronicles – Day 13

COVID-19, Multiple Sclerosis

COVID Chronicles – Day 12

Home stretch, people. Day 12. Today, I have felt overall pretty good. Had a couple moments of headache/nausea, but they were short lived. Consistently for me, the worst symptom I have experienced is the headache. It was unlike any headache I’ve ever experienced. And at its worst, no medicine I tried helped at all. The… Continue reading COVID Chronicles – Day 12

COVID-19, Multiple Sclerosis

COVID Chronicles-Day 7

Well, no doubting it today. AchesHeadacheFatigue ChillsAnd fever A friend pointed this out yesterday and I think it’s an important observation: I was exposed on 10/26-28. We were unmasked, but I wouldn’t have considered us to be in close proximity. My contacts were not symptomatic at that time so they didn’t know to be concerned.… Continue reading COVID Chronicles-Day 7