What Disability?

I realized today I haven’t written in a couple of months. The last post was about having to stop cutting the grass. It turns out that was most likely a (delayed) reaction to the vaccine. My doctor said it wouldn’t have happened two weeks after, however, it takes two weeks…

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The Cost Of Living

Yesterday a dear FB friend asked me if I had taken my Facebook page, “Pug You MS” down.  “Yes, I really don’t want to talk about ms anymore”, I replied.  And boy did I mean it.  I hope I didn’t come across abrupt I thought to myself, I just can’t stand…

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How To Set A Goal & Achieve It

Setting a goal is one of the most important things we can do when we wish to improve ourselves, whether it be a personal or professional goal.  Something as simple as making an overdue dental or doctor appointment that we’ve been putting off or wanting to clear a cluttered area in the…

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The Forgotten Friend

I’m sure by now you’ve heard the saying, “going into 2020 with my eyes wide open….2020 vision”.  I was S I N G I N’ this! I’ve been struggling dealing with selfish people who are not supportive.  Seems everyone is preoccupied with themselves, making no time to check in.  We…

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Allergic Reactions & Antibiotics

Our immune system works around the clock to fight and protect us from bacteria and germs.  When our immune system becomes oversensitive we can develop an allergic reaction that can be very serious.  We can develop an allergy to an antibiotic or food that we have taken or eaten before…

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Schizophrenia: Loving A Schizophrenic

Visiting a family member last week I couldn’t help but be reminded how good things are for me and how much worse they could be.   My family member is not only very disabled physically, he’s very disabled mentally.   While ms slowly destroys my physical being with pain, fatigue, and at…

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