It’s all about your perspective—how you look at a situation. Your point of view. On September 29, 2015, this was my point of view. I had just been told I had a life-long debilitating disease for which there is no cure. The neurologist who diagnosed me had attempted to comfort me by saying, “it’s not… Continue reading Perspective
Today is my wedding anniversary. Thankfully, Brian and I went out for a fancy dinner last Saturday, but we had planned to take off today to have a little day date together. We were planning to do some shopping and having lunch in our little town. Instead the morning began with me isolated in our… Continue reading COVID Chronicles-Day 2
So, this happened today. You may have some questions... let me try to answer them: Do you have any symptoms? No. Not as of 5:00 pm on October 29, 2020 :). Why did you get tested? I had two positive exposures. It was recommended that I get rapid tested just to be safe. Why are… Continue reading COVID Chronicles-Day 1
I see you... mom who chose to let her 3 year old wear a sun dress and snow boots to church this morning. And I applaud you for picking your battles. (And giving me an awesome chuckle.) I see you... lady that seems to be always walking the neighborhood with your headphones on. I am… Continue reading I see you…
It’s been a year, am I right? For all of us. I think once this is alllllllllll over (LORD, Jesus... please let there be an end to all this!) we won’t soon forget struggles of 2020. For me, this year began with such fresh hope. 2019 kicked my butt. I remember texting my dear friend… Continue reading Let’s cut ourselves some slack.
On today's episode we talk about what we have been doing to choose joy in the midst of a worldwide pandemic. We also talk about an exciting event we have coming in September. Check out the Not Today, MS Podcast to hear today's episode and please visit the Run a Myelin My Shoes website for… Continue reading Episode 25: Not Today, MS 5K!
You're special. The ER doctor was doing her job. She was reminding me that I needed to do a better job of taking care of myself. She wasn't trying to make me feel bad, but her words... ugh, they stung anyway. I had the most wonderful vacation in early June. It had been five years… Continue reading “You’re special.” *My Salmonella Story.
I refuse to become a pessimist. Even though I have been shocked and disappointed by people I loved and respected over the last couple of years... Even though my heart has broken over lost friendships and lost people. I refuse to change my "Pollyanna"/believe the best in people attitude just so I won't be heartbroken… Continue reading I refuse.
I’m not going to lie. The last two days have been rough. Reality of our new normal setting in. I haven’t stepped foot in any kind of store or restaurant in over a week and I likely won’t be allowed to for a very long time. My daughter just found out she will be out… Continue reading It’s going to be okay.
I know. The last thing the world needs is MORE NOISE right now. Don't worry... I'm not here to debate or say anything negative. ALSO, as always, I'm not a doctor (shocker!) and anything I say here is simply my experience. PLEASE talk to your doctor... Or follow the guidelines found on the CDC or… Continue reading COVID-19 and living with Multiple Sclerosis