Lots and Lots of March Stuff

Happy first week of March everyone! Healthline So much to share with you friends! First up, and in no particular order, other than the order that I finally learned how to post this badge on my blog and am afraid to move it around for fear of losing it, order-  my blog was nominated a … Read more

Auld Lang Syne Means “Old and Sigh….”

An MS’er tackles a new year and offers a contest update Happy days after the holidays friends, or, as I like to call them, the “ok to have Christmas cookies for breakfast time as you have so many to eat in order not to offend the people who gave them to you and you will … Read more

12 Days of Christmas, MS Style

A multiple sclerosis Christmas carol I love Christmas. I love Christmas songs. But personally, I don’t love the 12 Days of Christmas carol. I find it obnoxious. Recently however, I learned that it was actually an important and secret song. Folklore has it that this carol was written in the late 1700’s in England as … Read more

Falling Backwards

An up close, in depth, comprehensive look at multiple sclerosis “cog fog”   First things first with today’s blog post- please don’t sue me. I did not come up with the name of multiple sclerosis “cog fog.” I found it on the internet on two different sites and so I have no clue who to … Read more

MS Horror Theory

A multiple sclerosis Halloween blog Halloween is fast approaching and that fact, along with MS and a visit from an old friend, has gotten me thinking about ghoulish things. And by ghoulish I don’t mean the age of me and my friend, although that is frightening in and of itself. My friend is one of … Read more

Resolve This!

An MS’er attacks the New Year Happy New Year everyone! Hope you have had an excellent start to this first day of 2013. Yes, oh particular ones, I do realize that today is the 11th and thus eleven days after the first official day of the year. But my question is, says who? The Mayans? … Read more

December Dates

An MS’er looks at the calendar It is the Monday morning after a month long stay in another state, visiting relatives. My family and I had returned late on the previous Thursday evening. The next day it was all I could do through my fatigue to go to the post office and pick up the … Read more

What do Multiple Sclerosis and Christmas Have in Common?

An MS’er gets ready for the holidays   I can just see you rolling your eyes as you read that line. You are thinking “ok, Yvonne has finally lost it for real. Christmas is a beautiful time of year filled with love, peace and joy. It has absolutely nothing to do with the dreaded illness … Read more