How's everyone doing? Fighting the daily MS fight, but not giving up I hope. Sometimes we're up sometime's we're down, the MS roller coaster ride could really make us nauseous and test our limit's at time but never ever give up. Cry when you feel like it,scream when you want to but keep faith, keep strong and remember for everyday that we are blessed with make the best of it, make it your day. Smile, keep your head's up, keep going strong and keep fighting. LET'S BEAT MS & NOT LET MS BEAT US! WINNERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-))
Hi Tricia, I would like you to know how much I needed to hear that today. Thank you.
I'm so very tired today & was thinking I just want to sleeeep. I usually have crashed by the early afternoon but today I'm exhausted from the moment I woke up.
I was dx'd just over a month ago & really haven't cried yet. I keep convincing myself there are other reasons for why I'm having problems. When I can't walk well I think well I've had arthritis for so long so it's probably that. When I trip over I keep saying I'm just clumsy. I am trying to convince myself that I don't really have MS. Does that make sense? I probably think it's just ver early in the process for me.
Like my bladder is so bad at times I just leave a book in the toilet so I can just sit & let the urine trickle & stop & trickle & stop because I'm tired of going back & forth every 10 to 15 minutes in the mornings. I've been like this for so long I just thought it was part of life.
Your words have made me think that I'm going to get on with my day. I'm going to visit my parents & have some enjoyment in my day. I will have a nap later in the day & then I will feel better & enjoy the remainder of the day.
Life is really to short. Thank you for your powerful post. Remember you helped somebody today & you should feel good about that.
thanks for coming here to share that thought today - it's a great way to start a new week. I hope the weather has cooled, and you're able to enjoy the days (and nights). You are so right - keep strong! hugs, Laura
Hi Guys, Happy that I was able to provide a smile and light the spirits.
Karry- I know all too well how the sleepiness and exhaustion is and let me tell you, when I feel like I can sleeping all morning I do, especially working Monday - Friday 8-10hrs and that bladder thing could be hilarious sometimes, I laugh at it...don't let it beat you
Lulu - we've been having alot of rain these days so it's getting nice and cool. Had a 6.3 quake last Friday before the last, it was scary, but thankfully no damage :-)
Kerry - I like you name 'Skinnyninja' :-D
We are here for each other and let's enjoy each day.... SMILE :-)
Earthquake? I hadn't heard that - your island isn't sitting on top of one of those bad boys, is it? We cruised past Montserrat a week or so after it blew and it was still puffing sulfur air and I think that set off a pretty big earthquake too - I hope you have no more rockin' & rollin'. You don't have many place to go when that happens. So glad you're getting the rain and heat relief. hugs, L
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