Stories for people affected by MS, by people affected by MS.
MS is different for everyone - we hope this blog reflects this.
Who would have thought you could become so knackered trying to peel an orange?
The effort to unzip a Jaffa overwhelmed me last week, and I had to give up, slumping forward with my head on the table, completely done in.
If you ever fancy a laugh, feel free to come and see me in my kitchen.
I love cooking. Sadly, MS doesn’t. I used to pride myself on making every meal from scratch.
Things are looking better this year. I can feel my feet and my toes.
I've been diagnosed for 14 months now and I've realised there are some things about my MS that I haven't told my friends.
‘If you are affected by disability, what do you want to tell the world? Design a Postcard!’
I looked at the project brief from ‘Postcards from the edges’ and smiled. I knew exactly what I wanted to say. Five minutes later I had made my postcard and sent it off.
It’s taken me years to put MS into a manageable place in my head.
For a long time I was all too aware of things I could no longer do with family and friends, and I became somewhat obsessed with how my body kept reducing what it could do.