The BS of my MS

I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis April 11, 2006. It was a fairly quick diagnosis and there are days/weeks I can mostly ignore it. For those days I can't, this blog documents my journey.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Someone recently checked in to see if I am doing okay; and I am. I consider myself to be "MS-Lite," meaning I can go for a while ignoring MS--that is until I have to stick myself with a needle. But anyways, things are going really well. I haven't had any real symptoms except for some weakness and unsteadiness the other night when walking quite a bit downtown Chicago. It was kind of a reminder that I do have MS (or am terribly out of shape--or both!).

I told someone that a lot of times, when the MonSter isn't rearing its ugly head I can forget about MS. And when it isn't in the forefront of my mind, I tend to abandon this blog. So, sorry for that.

My husband and I are joining the Y, which should be good for some exercise. I need to lose weight and become, overall, in better shape.

Well, I don't have a lot of news to report. Life is trucking along. Happy Holidays to all of you reading.


  • At 8:41 AM, Blogger mdmhvonpa said…

    MS-Lite ... Indeed! Most excellent description. Hey, merry Christmas and make some rational New Years Resolutions. :)

  • At 12:20 PM, Blogger Jaime said…

    Happy Holidays! I hope that you continue to do well. Take care. :)

  • At 11:02 AM, Blogger Charles-A. Rovira said…

    I hope you had a merry merry and are off to a happy happy :-)

    May the coming year bring you peace, joy and health (and, if you need it, some recovery.)

    I was in your shoes for over 30 years and, if I'd known how much treatments had advanced over the years, I still would be. Best of luck to you and your continued stability.



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