Are you interested in becoming a guinea pig for scientific research? I never was, until something dramatic happened to me to change my mind. Here’s a little background. I have lived with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis for 15 years. I hit the lottery, the one you don’t want to hit. I was diagnosed at the... Continue Reading →
What’s one of your Happy and Treasured Memories?
In a recent live chat in MS Buddy, Kathy Regan Young, MS Buddy Guide, asked buddies to share one of their happiest Memories- this an expanded version of what I shared : There is a pretty waterfall, surrounded by lush deciduous forest. Construed amongst all this green is a rust tinged, tannin rich pool of... Continue Reading →
The Ups and Downs of Day to Day MS Symptoms
On the left a current pic of me rocking my cane. The right when I started this journey with all the injection site reactions that went with it. I was diagnosed at 20 years old with RRMS. At first I just had fatigue, some tingling, and numbness that came with a relapse and went away.... Continue Reading →
My brain is like a maze with sections obscured by lesions- attacks of a malfunctioning immune system. I began my life being called Elizabeth. When I was a baby, my toddler brother could not pronounce the complicated name my parents chose. It came out “little bit.” At five, being called Little Bits, Elizabeth, Bits, Bitties,... Continue Reading →