Stories for people affected by MS, by people affected by MS.
MS is different for everyone - we hope this blog reflects this.
Posts from September 2011
"In the last couple of years my walking range and stamina have shrunk so much that I decided last summer to get a wheelchair so that I could do longer outings without getting completely shattered.
A Voice of America
First, please allow me to say “thank you”. Thank you to the United Kingdom for the Magna Carta, Shakespeare, Dickens, The Beatles and The Royals … in no particular order. I wanted to get that taken care of, straight away.
Why is it I feel guilty using the spaces that have been set aside for Blue Badge holders?
"Congratulations! You have won an exciting opportunity to take a journey on the Magical MS Tour! The tour, which begins in Dubai, takes in all the sights and sounds, trials and tribulations of living with MS overseas. Tours include appointments with Dr Neurology, MRIs, medications, emotional ups and downs, and of course that firm favourite: symptoms.
"The MS Society gave me a grant for a mobility scooter – and I’m glad I can do something in return.
This week, my story will be featured in a mailing to help raise funds for the MS Society.