Write or Wrong

Hello my dear friends, I have posted several articles that have been somewhat generalized.  Although I feel that it’s okay, at the same time, I feel that I wasn’t living up to the promise I made myself.  That promise was to keep this site very intimate and blatantly honest. It’s not that I’ve been dishonest, […]

A Child Who Skips

I’ve been in the hospital for about a week and find myself on yet another difficult road–par for the course. I’ve learned some news from Doctors that stopped me dead in my tracks, so to speak. Adjustments must be made. Things to do, people to see and hug. Wrong turns corrected–or not. It’s up to […]

A Child Who Skips

I’ve been in the hospital for about a week and find myself on yet another difficult road–par for the course.   I’ve learned some news from Doctors that stopped me dead in my tracks, so to speak.   Adjustments must be made. Things to do, people to see and hug. Wrong turns corrected–or not. It’s […]

Diggin’ It

This is no time for excuses, I think to myself.  I’m back from surgery for a hernia repair, one of many.  This was a particularly difficult one since it was repairing a repair of a hernia.  I landed up with a swelling, called a seroma, that was the size of a football.  I’m still walking […]

TRY TO REMEMBER

I’ve been seeing the man in the moon into the wee hours of the morning.  Every time I try to sleep, I can only do so for a couple of hours and then I’m up again.  I’m told I have very dark circles under my eyes.  I didn’t need to be told. My mirror reflects […]

ENABLE YOURSELF

I read your comment with interest. It takes most people a very long time to get a diagnosis of MS.  It did me.  What’s interesting is this, what they call normal MRIs can, in fact, be abnormal ones.  It depends on who is reading them. Have you told your testers that you want a copy […]