Last night my mother and I went to Greenville, SC and saw Casting Crowns in concert at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena. When my mother bought the tickets about two months ago, I was very hesitant about the process. But I knew she really wanted to go! I was concerned about parking and how much we… Read More MS and a Concert Arena
I love to cook. I love new recipes. I’m not really a baker but I love cooking meals. My first husband was from India and I learned how to cook some incredible Indian dishes. Cooking Indian food is very labor intensive, but it is well worth the effort! I also love Mexican and Italian food.… Read More I love to Cook
I love blueberries. My first remembrance was during a Girl Scout camping trip, and we picked blueberries for our breakfast. Amazing!! I still love them. I do not rinse them out as a whole package for later use. I don’t like the way they get so juicy. So I only rinse the amount I will… Read More Juicy-Daily Prompt
I end each chapter of my book with a suggested prayer. This is one of them. May it bless you today!! Father God, I know that I am “Your workmanship created in Christ Jesus to do good works which You prepared beforehand that I should walk in.”[i] I want to offer myself as a clean,… Read More Sunday Devotion
Are you a patient person? Ask yourself these questions. Do you get made if—– Do you tap your foot while bread is in the toaster trying to get it to pop up? I know I have done so. Or if someone is driving on the on ramp and they don’t understand they’re supposed to… Read More Are you a patient person?
I have blogged about the EveryDayHealth website before. I get a daily update and have collected several articles about MS and health in general. (I also want you to know that the National Multiple Sclerosis Society has been and will be my go to place for up-to-the-minute information about MS.) I started listing these in… Read More Every Day Health
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The holidays between Thanksgiving and New Year’s are typically a time when people overeat or at least eat things that they normally don’t eat. There’s a big turkey dinner, eggnog, cookies galore, special desserts, family gatherings, more big meals, football games, and any other celebrations that people can think up. Since being diagnosed with multiple… Read More Food and Drink