Just kicking back resting my legs. Boy they get tired easily. It's weird.... I have to rock the motorized cart in stores and I move so much slower. I'm thankful for the use of my legs that I do have.
Having MS was just starting to become normal. Throw MG into the mix and things seem all goofy again. UGH.....
Over the course of the last week I have been walking way better. I even got to mow my own lawn. I am truly blessed!!
Just wanted to say Hi, and ask how you're doing? Any news from your doc? Are you taking Mestinon?
Strange, but it looks like I may be facing the the same thing... I hope you and your family are doing well.
Our walk is this weekend!!! Cannot wait for all of us to get together and do this! The gal is doing our shirts tomorrow...oh, so excited! Here comes Team fighting the MonSter!!! WOo HOo! Hope you are still doing better...sending good wishes your way.
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