“How we are in the future will be founded on how we behave today” I classify as a newly diagnosed person with MS. That is; I’ve been diagnosed within the last 3 years. Diagnosis for me came within a few months of my MS symptoms making their way to the surface. I’ve heard stories of people having… Continue reading Phoenix from the Flames
1. MS is a cloud. A dark cloud that rarely allows light in. 2. MS is darkness. 3. MS is uncertainty. 4. MS is malicious. 5. MS is an awakening. 6. MS is a different view of the world. 7. MS is a slap in the face. 8. MS is tiredness. 9. MS is numbness.… Continue reading 101 ways to describe MS
juggernaut ˈdʒʌɡənɔːt/ a huge, powerful, and overwhelming force. The last couple of years have been a real rollercoaster for my wife and I to say the least. Beginning with our engagement followed by my MS diagnosis, her father sadly passing away, me graduating from college, her changing jobs, our wedding and now to top it all… Continue reading Juggernaut
“Every paper that you read says tomorrow’s your lucky day. Well here’s your lucky day. It really really really could happen.” Oasis or Blur? The great-Britpop rivalry is over 21 years old. Do you know what that means? It means I’m no spring chicken! I remember getting Blurs ‘The Great Escape’ and Oasis’ ‘(What’s the… Continue reading Uncover What’s Sleeping in your Soul
Thumper greets you like a naughty mate. The one who likes to steal and get you in bother. The one you can never bring yourself to hate. It was a rare sunny Friday in April. I was off work to focus on college but was also booked in for an MRI in Smithfield. I got… Continue reading A Disturbance in the Force Part Deux: Wherefore art thou Thumper?
I have a friend I haven’t told you about yet. Well he’s more of a nuisance that I’ve become accustomed with. He lives in my left ear and likes to remind me he’s there at the most inopportune times. He’s a bit like Drop Dead Fred in that way. He basically just bates at my… Continue reading A Disturbance in the Force Part 1
A year ago, I met with a neurologist who told me I was going to relapse. It was only a matter of when. This was less than a month after being told that it was evident I had MS. My symptoms hadn’t improved since then so how could I relapse from something I hadn’t even… Continue reading Agreeing Terms