H2O a Go Go

Multiple Sclerosis advice Yes friends, this is a repeat. But my brain has been a little slow lately.  And since this is one of my personal favorites, here you go…. You may think today’s blog is another one that has me whining about my obnoxious bladder. Well, it’s not. Although, to paraphrase my sister Laurie, … Read more

Just another Weird, Weird Day

“My MS is not your MS and your MS is weird.” Brilliant, semi-famous quote written by me Your MS is weird.  And sometimes, I suppose, mine is too.  Life with MS is certainly weird.  And then there are weird people and weird circumstances.  Recently, all this weirdness converged on what should have been a relatively … Read more

No Curtains for You

A multiple sclerosis shopping escapade We were going on a road trip, my mom, our friend Annmarie and I.  The goal was curtains.  I didn’t need curtains.  I probably needed to wash the curtains I had, but I had curtains.  The ones in my kitchen and living room were left over from the previous tenant … Read more

Super Balls

Multiple Sclerosis investigates Deflate-Gate I went there.  I did.  I went to the topic that has been on the minds of Americans for the last twelve days or so; the topic that has everyone in the country sick of jokes about players and their balls. The reason why I felt ballsy enough- yes, I did … Read more

Lessons from an MS Semi Pro

Things NOT to do when you have multiple sclerosis, things your neurologist might not mention   A couple of weeks ago, I was preparing to do an injection of my DMD. For all you MS newbies out there, DMD actually stands for Disease Modifying Drugs. I’m not being condescending defining that for you; I only recently … Read more

Still a Little Lazy

Too Lazy Even for Me Makes an MS Comeback   The plan was to post a brand spanking new (where does that weird expression come from anyway?) blog today.  It really was.  Especially since the last two blogs have been repeats.   But then important things got in the way like visits with friends, a … Read more

Gina Blue is Disabled Too

A chronic illness companion My car and I go back a long way, 10 years to be exact.  She was a pretty, blue, 2005, used Toyota Corolla that I bought in 2004. No, that is not a typo or a result of MS brain fog.  Weird as it seems, the 2005 cars came out early … Read more