Category Archives: MS

Perserverance

The other day I realized that I have been laying down on some figurative floor and letting some figurative rain pour on me and figurative feet trample me.  (Yes, my imagination is dramatic). I can’t exactly say what finally pushed … Continue reading

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My untold story – Part VII

The overall support and love that I have felt at this time is very palpable from family and friends – each person demonstrating these very differently yet effectively. I don’t think words will ever be able to express my gratitude. … Continue reading

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My untold story – VI

I am sure a lot of different thoughts and other events relating to my disease has occurred since telling those I am closest with about my MS, but currently they remain in my mind only as in a dream like … Continue reading

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My untold story – Part V

The hardest part for me came next: telling loved ones about my MS. It did not start so well. I was sitting on my good friend’s couch talking with her before leaving for a John Mayer concert. It started innocently … Continue reading

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My untold story – Part IV

April 2, 2010, I sit in the waiting room of the neurologist’s office with my mother, father, and boyfriend.  Of course, the doctor is running behind, and my appointment time comes and goes. Finally, he emerges and I ask if … Continue reading

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My Untold Story – Part III

After that prescription for the cervical spine, the saga with the receptionist at the neurologist’s office began. When I first started writing down, my MS story the back and forth with the doctor’s office was so painful, and I think … Continue reading

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My untold story – part II

The saga continues in part II … Winter 2007, a pain and tingling in my fingertips won’t desist. No, it isn’t frostbite. In my typical fashion of dealing with any kind of medical problem, I let it ruminate until all … Continue reading

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