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If You Don’t Know What to Say, Say NothingI once thought there was no pain or very little pain associated with Multiple Sclerosis.  I have to admit that I was wrong.  There is a lot...

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Pain
Hello again, I am not here to drag you down but I am writing with extreme, excruciating pain.  Everything hurts and I can't get away...
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Cath and Dogs
Have you ever felt that you were wearing the wrong shoes? Maybe you felt you had the right shoes on but would prefer to be...
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Me And My Flies
It’s a lazy day here in the middle of July.  You know.  The kind of day that even the flies are taking a siesta, sitting...
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Colorful Little Boxes
They have invaded! No one else can see them unless they are in close proximity. I always see them as does my husband. In fact,...
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Pain
Hello again, I am not here to drag you down but I...
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Cath and Dogs
Have you ever felt that you were wearing the wrong shoes? Maybe...
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Me And My Flies
It’s a lazy day here in the middle of July.  You know. ...
Read More "Me And My Flies"
Colorful Little Boxes
They have invaded! No one else can see them unless they are...
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I Fell Down
With my head held high, I travel down another unusual road. I'm...
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Well-Worn Route
Hello dear friends, I think that my route from my studio to...
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Or Should I Say
It's one of those nights, or should I say mornings, when I'm...
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If You Don’t Know What to Say, Say Nothing

I once thought there was no pain or very little pain associated with Multiple Sclerosis.  I have to admit that I was wrong.  There is a lot of pain.  I can't give anyone a specific number of  nights where I lay writhing in pain trying to sleep.  I get up eventually and write a piece of music or do some artwork.  These things often take me from inside [...]

Or Should I Say

It's one of those nights, or should I say mornings, when I'm wired and can't get to sleep, or should I say, don't want to sleep.  It's 4:06 a.m. and I'm still just hanging around in my studio, or should I say office, art gallery, craft, music, and everything else under the sun room. I don't know what gets into me on nights such as these but it's [...]

I Lie to Myself

The month of May, where someone somewhere decided that parents should be singled out and praised, is the month I hate the most for that very reason.  Because I was curious as to how Mother's Day started, I decided to Google it and found this interesting article about it.  Click on Mother's Day. As you can see, Mother's Day had its challenges in the past.  Today it is [...]

How Ridiculous

Tomorrow I am having some heart tests done.  I am going to see my cardiopulmonary doctors.  It is absolutely ridiculous that I feel a sense of looking forward to it.  Isn't it?  Am I out of my mind?  Who looks forward to seeing doctors as though it's a social event? Perhaps I should feel sad about this?  I don't.  However, I do feel a sense of pique over [...]

It Can Get Very Dark

I'm sitting here at 7:04 pm alone.  My husband is at work. We want to retire, but we can't just yet.  Medical issues thwart us at every conceivable corner and our life is no longer controlled by us but by whatever comes next after a visit to one or another Doctor's office. For instance.  We went to see one of my doctors the other day and came out [...]

Wet Noodle

Summer is nearly upon us and the dreaded fear of heat leaves me cold.One of Multiple Sclerosis's enemies is heat intolerance.  It's as though we have a thermostat inside of us that has gone out of whack.  When the thermostat approaches within shooting distance of a certain degree of heat, different for each one of us, we turn into wet noodles.The term "wet noodle" is what I call [...]

If You Don’t Know What to Say, Say Nothing

I once thought there was no pain or very little pain associated with Multiple Sclerosis.  I have to admit that I was wrong.  There is a lot of pain.  I can’t give anyone a specific …

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