Talking Turkey on Turkey Day

A multiple sclerosis Thanksgiving post “Over the meadow and through the woods to grandmother’s house we go…”  Lydia Maria Child In my world the song goes something like this- “Over the bridge and around the city to my cousin’s house we go…” And by “we,” I mean multiple sclerosis and I. Yes, I am traveling … Read more

The Not So Golden, Slightly Tarnished Girls

Multiple Sclerosis is no match for a birthday The story starts like this.  Three besties gather at the home of a fourth to help her celebrate her birthday.  The friends are the serious Gidget, the shy Amber, and the wild child Traci. ******Note-names have been changed in this writing to protect the ages and the … Read more

So Much for Life Lines

A multiple sclerosis epic fail That’s it MS– you’ve gone too far!!!  I know I’ve said this before but this time I mean it.  You have not only let me down but you have failed someone close to me who needed my help and I will never forgive you! When you live with an invisible … Read more

Two Years Later- Still December Dates

An MS’er looks at the calendar   While this blog was written two years ago, since I just returned from the same trip, and dates do not change, I thought I would offer it to you again.  Mostly because I am way too wiped out to come up with anything new this week…. It’s the … Read more

The Motley Two Go to Motley Crue

Multiple Sclerosis meets heavy metal   Ahhhh, there’s nothing like a good old summer head banging concert to remind you that you have multiple sclerosis.  Or that you are getting old.  I can’t tell which. Too often the things that make me feel old could either be signs of old age or signs of MS.  … Read more

Plumber Crack

From young to old, courtesy of multiple sclerosis Last week I minimally and tentatively gave multiple sclerosis credit for something good-my being mistaken for someone not old enough to legally purchase alcohol. Well I was wrong!   MS reared its ugly, aging head once more just so I didn’t go too crazy with sentimental gratitude.  For … Read more