At the end of each chapter in my book, I list some questions to stimulate inner contemplation and maybe even healing. I will post them periodically for your use only. I am not asking that you share them, unless you desire to post thought provoking revelations you have received. The first installment includes: Have… Read More Personal Reflection
I have to be honest, I am getting overwhelmed by the blogosphere. I have 310 followers here at WordPress, I’ve written 256 posts, I’ve had 7125 views, 2478 visitors and my best day ever was 201 views. And then add all of the posts of the 310 followers and that’s a huge number! And then… Read More Overwhelmed
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 MS. Enter fear. Leading up to the diagnosis, I experienced several symptoms that were explained away by other conditions for three decades. Balance, ringing… Read More Why am I fearless?
I have heard it said that you should go through dating with your eyes wide open and through marriage blindly. I wish someone would’ve told me that before my second marriage! https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/blindly
I started taking Ampyra (the walking pill) the middle of August. Today I read an article in Multiple Sclerosis News Today discussing the merits, advantages, and the efficacy of Ampyra. As with any medication, it works for some and not others. A friend was in the clinical trials for the drug, but it didn’t work for… Read More The Walking Pill
I recently read an article on everydayhealth.com called “When MS Attacks the Spinal Cord.” I was told when I was first diagnosed, four years ago, that I had four lesions in the cervical area of my spinal cord. So I was very interested in reading this article. Some of the highlights include: researchers have “knowledge… Read More MS and the Spinal Cord
Hi my blogger family! We’re having a mini family vacation at Emerald Isle North Carolina. We are celebrating my niece’s 20th birthday and my mother’s 90th. The niece that is came with my mother and I is my younger brother’s daughter. My older brother’s daughter and her family received the vacation voucher from her husband’s… Read More At the beach
Last week I shared the analogy of Japanese art of Kintsukuroi as a way to illustrate God’s love for us. This week I want to share another analogy. When I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis four years ago, my whole life was turned upside down. My faith, independence, and fearlessness in life were threatened. I began… Read More Sunday Devotion