On Maggie’s Pond

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Accomplishments, fatigue, Five Minutes, General Life thoughts, MS and its effect, pain

I’m sitting here noticing that I need to clean my keyboard.  I can do that!  I focus on what I can do and not on what I can’t do.  If I sat around bemoaning all the things that I can’t do, just give me a shovel so that I can dig a hole six feet […]

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One Pot Cooking

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Dystonia, marijuana, medications, MS and its effect, Other Complications, pain

It’s here!!!  My card came in making it legal for me to purchase and use medicinal marijuana for the pain I experience because of Multiple Sclerosis and other neuropathies I’m experiencing from other problematic breakdown of my body.  What I need to do next is to make an appointment with my distributor.  It can take […]

Ups and Downs of Home

Posted 3 CommentsPosted in Additional Complications, fatigue, MS and its effect, Multiple Sclerosis & Surgeries, Other Complications

Hello! First off I would like to thank you for your response to my ongoing harrowing and painful dilemma with my legs.  Nothing has changed.  I’m still struggling with what to do next.  I am waiting for my ID card for medicinal marijuana and I’m curious and anxious to see if that will help any. […]

I Smile

Posted 1 CommentPosted in Book, MS and its effect, Multiple Sclerosis & Surgeries, Other Complications, pain

Something I haven’t talked about is what’s life like these days.  I’m not talking about the medical stuff here, but life!  Day-to-day life which is what the blog is all about.  I’ve been so concentrated on the pain issue that I haven’t talked about anything else. I dare anyone to blame me for this. Here […]

A PAIN IN THE WHAT!?

Posted 3 CommentsPosted in Additional Complications, fatigue, medications, MS and its effect, Other Complications, pain

As promised, I will continue the story of the pain in my legs. After a month of recovery, I took off my neck brace permanently.  My husband and I both noticed that my neck did not flop over to the right.  It was straighter although not completely straight.  I could not and to this day, […]