“Nobody ever mentions the weather can make or break your day” It’s great drying weather out there. The clock’s have sprung forward and it couldn’t have come quick enough. The inevitable “There’s a great stretch in the evening” memes are more than welcome this year. Honestly, it’s felt like a Game of Thrones type of… Continue reading I just… felt like Running.
I recently signed up for a 10km jog in Dublin city centre on November 22nd. This is the first organised run that I’ve ever signed up for. And it’s given me some well needed motivation. The jog is called Run in the Dark. So that’s exactly what I did this evening – went for a… Continue reading Wild is the Wind
“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
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
Maybe I will never be All the things that I wanna be Now is not the time to cry Now’s the time to find out why In all the blogs I’ve written I don’t think I ever tried to explain what Multiple Sclerosis is. I’ve written in detail previously about how I’m dealing with it and… Continue reading The Blog Synopsis
The rope-a-dope is a boxing fighting style commonly associated with Muhammad Ali in his 1974 Rumble in the Jungle match against George Foreman. In competitive situations other than boxing, rope-a-dope is used to describe strategies in which one party purposely puts itself in what appears to be a losing position, attempting thereby to become the eventual victor. The one symptom that seems to be… Continue reading Against the Ropes
The 1916 Easter Rising is something that, as an Irish person, you grow up being aware of but it’s not something I knew too much about. It’s significance will really be amplified this weekend as there are so many events organised in Dublin city centre as well as the rest of the country. Town is only… Continue reading My Difficulty is MS’s Opportunity