WALK TO CREATE A WORLD FREE OF MS. The following information can be found on the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s (NMSS) web site. I add it here because ending multiple sclerosis is vital to me as well as the estimated 2.3 million others worldwide. One of the most frustrating things for me is the high incidence… Read More MS Walk
I can’t believe it! I have 200 followers! From 10 countries, no less–wow! And just since November. I am blown away! 200 followers 3753 views 1339 visitors 1644 likes All I can say is thank you, thank you, thank you!! I’ve enjoyed meeting each and everyone of you. And I am glad that I’ve started… Read More Blown Away
When I was 10, my parents made me choose between dance and swimming. I chose swimming. I am not really built like a dancer and I loved the water too much to not continue. So I was an athlete not a musician. I can tap my foot to the beat of a song, but that… Read More Rhythmic–Daily Prompt
I used to be fearless. I had the world by the tail. I knew what I wanted and went after it. I was successful and felt good about my life. Enter Multiple Sclerosis. Enter fear. Fear can be defined as an emotion caused by the belief that something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or… Read More Why am I Fearless?
I know, I know! I hate exercises too! Even as a physical education teacher and a sports administrator, I still hate exercises! I think I relate calisthenics with exercise. (And I definitely do not like calisthenics!) Because when I swim I love it. When I do my physical and occupational therapy exercises I know I… Read More Exciting new MS exercises for foot drop
This morning after my swim I was in the locker room getting ready to take a shower. And I dropped my towel. No big deal right? Well it turned out to be. As I was standing up my lower back below my waist all the way across from one side to the other started spasming… Read More Pain in the neck, or in my case the back
There is always devastation after a natural faster. Do you ever wonder if God is trying to tell us something? https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/devastation
I love to swim. I learned how to swim at age 5. I begin competing at age 8. I continued through the first two years of college. When I was working, it was difficult to get into the pool on a regular basis. Now that I’m retired, I’ve begun going to our local recreation center… Read More Back in the pool