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A day in the life with multiple sclerosis.
Setting of the med-alert again

Setting of the med-alert again

Back in June when I got into the program for the nursing aid, I also received a new med alert. So I’ve had this new one for quite some time and I like this one because the button it’s harder to push. Therefore I have had much fewer false alarms. By fewer, I mean zero. So I finally like this one. When I moved there weren’t many spots I was able to hook it up and so I had to…

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Monday Ramblings from multiple experiences

Monday Ramblings from multiple experiences

It’s usually my morning meditation that I decide what I want to blog about. This morning I fell back asleep during my meditation and I never got an idea of what I wanted to say. Right now I’m just staring at the water, hoping something will come to me. When your blog every day, I have to admit, some of my blogs become pointless. I have a feeling this is going to be one of them. I can tell you…

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Vegan Easy Cheesy Cauliflower

Vegan Easy Cheesy Cauliflower

A simple vegan recipient found on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/wearesovegan/videos/928657157296870/ This is the conversion and instructions if you don’t feel like watching the video. Ingredients; 1 head of cauliflower 1 cup Kale 1 cup Cashews 1 cup almond milk or soy milk of choice ***a little less than 1 cup is the true conversion 3 Tablespoons nutritional yeast 1 clove of garlic 2 tsp mustard 1 tsp paprika Salt and pepper Breadcrumbs optional Directions: Cut cauliflower into florets and boil for 5…

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Bet you didn’t know this about me

Bet you didn’t know this about me

It was so foggy by my place yesterday, I felt like I was living in a Stephen King novel. I was waiting to see signs of the monsters arm come smashing into my window. What a bizarre day it was. Today I see the water again like the fog was never there. I definitely like it better this way. It’s warm in New York, rainy but warm. Supposed to go up to 55 degrees. it was exactly one week ago…

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Difficulty with the extreme cold and MS

Difficulty with the extreme cold and MS

Last week it in New York it was in the single digits before you add it in the wind factor. At that point it was the negative digits. I went out to eat at a restaurant with my family. The restaurant had open windows on all sides and even though the heat was turned up, it just couldn’t compete with the cold outside. The restaurant was freezing. We were there with cousins we haven’t seen in a while so it…

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It started out with a kiss

It started out with a kiss

Well add one part wine, brought by him, two parts attraction and a little honesty and what do you get? A kiss. I’m in sweatpants and a sweatshirt, not my most attractive look, but not expecting the nights events either. Maybe i would have shaved and put on some make up. Definitely would have changed into something more appealing but I neither expected this nor though it would happen tonight. Guess what? Interest laid on both sides. I gave my…

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Despite my MS, I am very happy

Despite my MS, I am very happy

I’ve lived in my condo officially two weeks today. I know I sound like a broken record and I apologize, but I just am so happy. I’m always blogging about all the bad things, living with multiple sclerosis and how tough it is, it’s just so nice to recognize the good things. Every day I say to my mom, I love this place thank you so much. I probably could say that every day and it would never be enough….

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Another one of those days, weeks, months with Multiple Sclerosis

Another one of those days, weeks, months with Multiple Sclerosis

Beautiful sunny day and I wake up with a headache. You know when you just haven’t felt right? That’s how I’ve been lately. I know, I know I have multiple sclerosis. Yes, that’s very true and the chances of it being just something with my multiple sclerosis is extremely high. However I just haven’t felt right. I’m not really sure what’s up. My doctor called with my blood work and again, everything is fine. I definitely don’t have Cushing’s, diabetes…

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When the simple isn’t so simple

When the simple isn’t so simple

I’m covered in ink. I have a new printer and I was finally putting it together yesterday. It has six different ink cartridges. As I was opening the ink cartridges, because my hands are all wacky I guess I was holding them wrong so the ink just kept getting on my hands. Thus, I’m covered with ink. I made a mistake with two of the cartridges and didn’t put them in right. Now I was left with the task of…

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Healthcare Proxy for your children

Healthcare Proxy for your children

Went out for dinner last night family, and I learned astounding news. Did you know that when your child turns 18, if there is no health care proxy, a doctor doesn’t need to talk to the parent? The doctors don’t need to confide, consult or discuss anything relating to your child. They are legally an adult without a healthcare proxy if something happens, by law, you have no rights as a parent. A health care proxy (also known as a…

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